The "Becky with the good hair" saga continues.

By Hayden Wright

Rachel Roy waded into a shallow pool of Lemonade drama when she appeared to identify herself as “Becky with the good hair,” Jay-Z’s side trick who Beyoncé sings about on “Sorry.” When the visual album debuted on HBO, Roy captioned an Instagram “good hair, don’t care” and members of the Beyhive lept into formation to dox, harass, and otherwise destroy her peace of mind online.

Related: Rita Ora Denies Being ‘Becky with the Good Hair’

Though the fashion designer has since denied that she’s “Becky,” the damage was done—and now police are investigating a potential hack.

According to documents obtained by TMZ, Los Angeles police are looking into the matter of whether a Beyhive member nefariously obtained access to Roy’s personal information. According to the records, Roy’s iCloud, Gmail and cell phone were compromised—though no perp had been identified.

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