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Lily Allen sues Apple over hacked Macbook

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Lily Allen, the British pop star, has issued a writ against Apple, in an attempt to find out who hacked into her Macbook.

So says the Sun, which reports the pregnant songstress (25) is taking action after Apple told her it would co-operate only if ordered to by a court.

We doubt that she will get anywhere, but you never know - the case could uncover some new Mac security flaw.

In the meantime we applaud Allen's splendidly eccentric action. See, this is what you can do when you are pissed off and rich...

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