Bezos’ investigators conclude mistress’ brother is source behind leak

  • Bezos’ investigators conclude mistress’ brother is source behind leak

Bezos’ investigators conclude mistress’ brother is source behind leak

A person familiar with the matter told the newspaper "The New Kingdom" issue fawning over Prince Mohammed was "done to kiss his ass when he came to visit in the hopes he'd invest in the company and it didn't work". Michael Sanchez did not immediately respond to The Associated Press' request for comment on Monday. The Daily Beast is reporting that Michael Sánchez, Lauren Sánchez's brother, is suspected as the source of the leak. Still unresolved: why Sanchez allegedly supplied the information to the Enquirer; why the Enquirer promoted a story about Bezos with such vigor; what, if anything this had to do with the Enquirer's long-standing support for Trump; why its parent company was so bothered by the suggestion that it was motivated by "external forces, political or otherwise"; and why AMI tried to later coerce Bezos with a previously unreleased "d*ck pick".

He was asked if Mr Sanchez was the source and he said: "I'm not permitted to tell you or confirm or deny who the source is".

Last week, Bezos announced that private pictures (including possibly a "nude selfie") he had sent to his girlfriend, entertainment television host Lauren Sanchez, were somehow intercepted by the National Enquirer, whom he alleged, threatened to publish them in the publication as part of an extortion plot against him, per reporting from the Boston Globe.

Bezos' investigators have since turned over the results of their probe to attorney Richard Ben-Veniste for review and possible referral to law enforcement.

The Daily Beast, which has been tracking the story of Bezos' private investigation into the leaked texts, spoke with Bezos' security consultant Gavin de Becker, who said they've wrapped up the leak investigation. On Monday, Fox News judicial analyst Andrew Napolitano said the Jeff Bezos-National Inquirer feud is "bad news" for Trump. Jobs even wanted to dress up like Willy Wonka - the top hat, velvet blazer and bow tie included.

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