Hillary Clinton's email scandal just keeps getting messier! According to new reports, the Russian government is secretly planning to release emails intercepted from Hillary Clinton's private server.
OilPrice.com claims that "reliable intelligence sources" are awaiting the release of Clinton's intercepted emails from the Russian government.
If these emails are released, it could prove that Clinton mishandled her private server while secretary of state, by exchanging classified information and allowing it into the hands of foreigners, subsequently violating U.S. Law.
The website also claims that the decision to release the emails would lay in the hands of Russian President Vladimir Putin — a Donald Trump supporter.
The news of this email breach comes in the wake of a major allegation from notorious Romanian hacker "Guccifer," who claims to have repeatedly infiltrated Clinton's server in 2013, with ease. Clinton's camp denied his claims.
Reports have also surfaced that the Russian government hacked into Democratic National Committee servers, accessing email and chat traffic for approximately one year.
Though the Russian Embassy denied having any knowledge of the breach, it was alleged that they obtained information on both presidential hopefuls Trump and Clinton.
Clinton's campaign maintains that there has been no evidence proving they were hacked, despite these reports.