Fourteen more staffers at the UCLA medical center have been accused of snooping in celebrities’ files, raising the number to 68, the Los Angeles Times reports. A new state report blames UCLA for its lack of privacy protection and for failing to report the snooping to authorities. It also provides more details about an administrator who reportedly looked at the files of Farrah Fawcett and sold information to tabloids.
The report said Lawanda Jackson, who has been indicted on charges of selling patient information, viewed the files of Fawcett 104 times. She and 14 others, including doctors, nurses, and contractors, also looked at files belonging to Britney Spears. UCLA has not decided how to punish the snoopers, though it has disciplined a Jackson co-worker who provided her with log-in information to see the files.