A HACKER accused of targeting Pippa Middleton is wanted in the US for a series of blackmail bids.
Nathan Wyatt allegedly used the name The Dark Overlords to demand ransoms for data he stole from four companies.
Wyatt, 37, of Wellingborough, Northants, faces extradition to the US at Westminster magistrates’ court later this month.
In 2016, he was cleared of hacking Pippa’s iCloud account but jailed for blackmailing a law firm.
Pippa and now-husband James Matthews took the case to the High Court in 2016 to obtain an order barring publication of any photos or material leaked from her iCloud account.
Now father-of-three Wyatt is being linked to similar activity in Missouri. At least three healthcare providers and an accounting company are said to have been affected, the court heard.
Daniel Sternberg, prosecuting said: “In short he set up multiple accounts to set up and extort the companies. He’s therefore charged in the conspiracy.”
Wyatt, of Wellingborough, Northants, was bailed to appear at Westminster Magistrates’ Court for that judgement.
As part of his bail conditions he is not able to possess or order new travel documents and is electronically tagged. He also has to report to a police station every day.