Last April, ex-Full Tilt Red Pro Beth Shak unfortunately became the victim of cyberhacking - her bank account, email and social media accounts were all tampered with. Even her iCloud storage had been hacked, with three topless photos of her being taken aside from her other personal details.
After finding herself a victim of an unknown stalker who had apparently been following her for many days, Shak decided to leave New York and start anew for safety reasons in Philadelphia; however, before she could really settle down for good, she is once again on high alert after her new home had been recently broken into.
Beth Shak, ex-wife of hedge fund manager Dan Shak and who is currently undergoing a divorce process with Fox News correspondent Rick Leventhal, had reported to police her place was allegedly broken into on June 15, but was only able to find out about the break-in after two days when she was looking for a diary that contained a record of detailed hacking incidents. It also turns out that aside from the diary, there was also a book missing that contained passwords, and the codes on her home alarm system were changed too. It appears like the intruder was clever enough to first disable her security cameras in order to avoid being detected.
Beth is famous for her shoe collection worth $1,000,000; however, it looked like the intruder wasn't clearly interested on these tangible items as they remained untouched.
Beth anonymously received a message that made her skip town, "Make the most of every day you breathe the air above ground." Since then, she hired the help of a team of security pros and attorneys to investigate, and she defiantly said to press that "I will not be bullied."
No one knows yet if the perpetrator is a random hacker or somebody who personally knows about her.
Beth Shak is an ex-Full Tilt Poker pro. In her poker playing career, she has already joined three WSOP final tables this 2017.