A COMPUTER geek arrested over the hacking of Pippa Middleton’s iCloud account has been released without charge.
PlayStation fan Nathan Wyatt, 35, was the subject of a year-long cop probe.
Police last night declined to explain why he had escaped action.
We revealed last September 3,000 photos were taken from Pippa. The culprit demanded £50,000.
Data was said to include shots of Pippa’s wedding dress and personal phone numbers of Prince William and Kate.
We reported the breach to cops and Sun staff were quizzed at length.
Insiders speculated the case had been dropped to spare Pippa, 34, the anguish of a court case.
Jobless Wyatt, of Wellingborough, Northants, was bailed until November. The Met Police said a man was released last week after CPS advice.
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