The controversial Israeli spyware vendor denied any role in the bizarre saga of Jeff Bezos against The National Enquirer.
In a shocking blog post published Thursday, Bezos alleged that lawyers for the company tried to blackmail him by threatening to publish some of his private pictures.
The Amazon CEO said in a blog that the owner of the National Enquirer tried to extort him over dick pics.
"He directed me to make the payments, he directed me to become involved in these matters.”
"He was a lawyer and he is supposed to know the law."
One more detail of the rumor the National Enquirer paid him $30,000 to squash.
Former RadarOnline employees say Dylan "Dildo" Howard forced them to watch porn, encouraged reporters to sleep with sources, and went into detail about his sex life.