Ford was charged at six points back in April 2018, but only pleads guilty to one count of each computer fraud and deteriorated identities identity. The verdict will be held on June 24.
Officials did not name the victims and did not emphasize the full extent of the damage. It's unlikely that Ford would run into a long time behind the bars, when even the most severe sentence from Celebgate was less than three years old in jail. However, it's not very subtle reminders that phishing scams can be successful against anyone, including sports stars and music, who should know that they are likely to be targeted.