A Gotnews.com independent investigation has identified two female, L.A.-based persons of interest in the Sony hacking scandal.
The woman who we will call “Lena2″ is in her mid-to-late thirties and a former Sony pictures employee, who ceased to be employed by Sony in March of this year.
A review of her LinkedIn page shows that she had both the payroll access, the computer savvy, and the accounting background. She had been at the company for eight years.
“Lena2″ had both the access and the means to leak the sensitive Sony material. Gotnews.com is not releasing her real name at this time, but we have identified her as a person of interest, based upon: Her role as in administering the payroll system; administrator and her social media accounts fits the profile.. (She deleted her Twitter account.) Despite leaving the company earlier this year, we curiously cannot find a separation letter for her, although hundreds of other separation letters were released by the hackers.