The FBI has revealed that U.S. Homeland Security is now involved in the investigation behind the hacking of Leslie Jones’ website.
The official website of the “Ghostbusters” star was hacked on Wednesday with personal information released online, including scans of her driver’s license and passport, in addition to nude photos. A racist video was also posted to the site, which has since been taken offline.
A spokesperson the the FBI’s New York field office told The Hollywood Reporter that all inquiries regarding the hacking should be directed to Homeland Security.
The hacking is the latest in a slew of racial attacks and hate crimes against the actress.
Jones has been an online target since the all-female reboot of “Ghostbusters” hit theatres in July. The targeted attacks caused Jones to leave social media before Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey personally stepped in and banned the trolls’ ringleader, Milo Yiannopolos.
According to references on the hacked site before it was taken down, the parties responsible were supporters of Yiannopolos seeking revenge for his lifetime Twitter ban.
Jones has not released a comment since the hack.