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Ex-Trump Associate Sater Sued for Hacking Ex-Friend’s Computers

  • Hollywood agent says Sater got unauthorized access in 2017
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Felix Sater, a longtime business associate of President Donald Trump, was sued by a California woman who claims he hacked her business computers and smart phones so he could pitch his own life story to Hollywood and the media.

Stella Bulochnikov Stolper, a television producer and onetime agent for Mariah Carey, says Sater is a former family friend who gained unauthorized access to her computers when he was staying at her home in Calabasas, California, after they reconnected in November 2017, according to a lawsuit filed Friday in U.S. District Court in Brooklyn, New York. Sater, in a telephone interview, disputed the claims.