No Peeking Allowed! Probation for Passport Snooper

State Dept. worker had pleaded guilty to looking up info on celebs

Thursday, Jan 21, 2010  |  Updated 5:46 PM EDT
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No Peeking Allowed! Probation for Passport Snooper

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A State Department worker has been sentenced to a year of probation for illegally looking up passport applications of more than 70 celebrities and others.

Fifty-eight-year-old Susan Holloman had pleaded guilty in November to a single count of unauthorized computer access.

Holloman, of Washington, D.C., is among a small group of current or former State Department employees or contractors to plead guilty after a criminal investigation into passport file snooping.

Prosecutors say the passport files Busch accessed in 2007 included celebrities and their families, actors, professional athletes and musicians.

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