Late yesterday, the news broke that Lawanda Jackson, a UCLA hospital worker who allegedly took $4,600 from an unnamed celebrity media outlet in exchange for medical information about various stars, was indicted on federal charges. No specific stars are named in the document, but a source tells Radar that Britney is tied to the federal case. Strengthening the claim is the fact that UCLA hospital was planning to fire 13 staffers and suspend six others for snooping into Spears' records when she was hospitalized there Jan. 31.
Still unanswered, though, is which media outlet coughed up cash for peeks at medical files of the famous. Pretty much any of them with cash on hand, we'd imagine. Tips here.