Gotta assume that it's director Aram Rappaport who is the real hacker, he breached the security of all these actors, and used the personal information that he found in order to blackmail them into being in this garbage, because I cannot see any other possible explanation for how this happened. If not a hacker, then Aram Rappaport is at the very least, a hack. No wait, I've got one more: "The Crash? More like... The Trash."
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