The hermit of drug kingpin Pablo Escobar is reportedly suing Apple for billions of dollars after claiming someone got his residence when they hacked into his iPhone.
US party site TMZ says authorised papers uncover Roberto Escobar is suing a tech hulk for $2.6bn (£2.1bn).
He is pronounced to have brought a box after claiming someone hacked into an iPhoneX and sent him a “life-threatening letter” after apparently anticipating his residence by FaceTime.
Escobar is reportedly claiming that an Apple worker positive him a phone was a many secure phone on a market.
He is pronounced to be supportive to ensuring high confidence due to prior assassination attempts.
TMZ says Escobar’s authorised papers state that a confidence crack has forced him go into stealing – and that he is now seeking indemnification for crack of contract, falsification and romantic distress.
It is not a initial time a comparison Escobar hermit – once conduct accountant for his brother’s Medellin conglomeration – has been in a headlines with links to smartphones.
Earlier this year he expelled a foldable bullion smartphone that he claimed was unbreakable and identical to Samsung’s Galaxy Fold and Huawei’s Mate X.
In an talk with Digital Trends, he also pronounced had hopes of “beating Apple” and suggested his lawyers were building a “$30bn class-action lawsuit” opposite a association for “cheating a people and offered meaningless phones”.
Sky News has contacted Apple for comment.