Rachel Roy has found herself being the main woman linked to the infidelity claims surrounding Beyonce and Jay Z’s marriage.
And now it appears the hunt to find out if the fashion designer truly is ‘Becky with the good hair’ has led to her emails being hacked.
According to The Sun, the 42-year-old told confidants that ‘personal information’ in files on her computer have been ‘stolen’.
A source told the publication: ‘Rachel has confided to friends about the stolen emails. She has no idea how they’ve been swiped but is aware of how much harm they can cause.’
The insider continued: ‘She fears the spotlight will be well and truly back on her, Jay Z and Beyonce if these conversations end up online.
Will the stolen emails reveal the truth about her and Jayz? I mean, she seems pretty panicked...
Roy fueled the rumors herself after she seemed to identify herself as the other woman Beyoncé sings about on her new album Lemonade, which is believed to contain references to her rapper husband's alleged infidelity.
The track called 'Sorry' includes a reference to a mistress she calls 'Becky with the good hair'.
Beyoncé fans deduced that 'Becky' was Roy when she posted an picture to Instagram just hours after the album's release, writing: 'Good hair don't care, but we will take good lighting, for selfies, or self truths, always. Live in the light #nodramaqueens.'
But in a statement she shared to People last month, Roy says that her comments were misinterpreted.