The GTA 6 hacking suspect, who is 17 years old, filed a not guilty plea to computer abuse but admitted to breaking their bail terms.
The 17-year-old who appeared at Highbury Corner Youth Court on September 24 pled guilty. It’s after violating his bail conditions and not guilty to computer abuse. This is according to a statement sent to Eurogamer by detective inspector Michael O’Sullivan.
GTA 6: Lapsus$ (international hacker group)
The person is suspected to be a member of Lapsus$, a hacker gang infamous for attacking well-known corporations. Additionally, online leaks of more than an hour of Grand Theft Auto 6’s early production footage. It raise the possibility that Rockstar Games was the target of this hacker. It is yet unknown whether the teenager was detained concerning the Grand Theft Auto 6 leak or other crimes.
Rockstar Games released a statement on the leak in which it admitted a “network intrusion” and expressed displeasure with the way GTA 6 footage had been disseminated. The corporation did confirm that the game’s development would proceed according to schedule.
The suspect may have already been detained on accusations of cybercrime. On the other hand, they are suspected to be among several people detained earlier this year on suspicion of hacking Microsoft and other corporations.
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