Back in December, we reported that Madonna was so furious at the untimely release of her new album, Rebel Heart, that she went as far as to call it a ‘form of terrorism’ and ‘artistic rape.’ Shortly after she took matters into her own hands by releasing part of the album early. Now, Israeli police have arrested a suspect who evidently hacked into Madonna’s personal computer and sold the tracks to a third party. 

Madonna sent Israeli investigators from Tel Aviv out on the mission after evidence suggested that the “cyber attack” stemmed from Israel. They used her computer to track down her hacker, then gathered enough evidence to arrest him.

The 39-year-old man, whose name has not been released, was reportedly a contestant on an Israeli singing competition.