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Brooks News: Metropolitan police have confirmed they downloaded nearly £30,000 worth of apps to an iPhone found dumped near the home of Rebekah Brooks.

Brooks and her husband were first arrested after a bag containing a laptop, iPhone and paperwork was found in the bin near their £1.5 million home in London’s exclusive Chelsea Harbour

Now Met police have confirmed that in the weeks since the discovery they have downloaded hundreds of apps and games to the phone, running up a huge bill.

“It’s her fault for not disabling her iTunes account,” said a police spokesman. “We got a bit bored and someone thought it would be fun to download Angry Birds, then things spiralled out of control and we just started to download everything we could.”

“She’s probably got bigger things to worry about now, but we didn’t use wi-fi – so she’d better have unlimited data or her bill will be gigantic.”

Story: Simon Swatman

 

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