Hackers’ victim turns out to be a Las Vegas woman, Dana White visits to apologize


You got the wrong Dana White, says the real Dana White and a poor woman on the eastside of Las Vegas. The UFC president's battle with online hackers resulted in Julie Breeler getting hundreds of phone calls the last few days.

FOX5 Las Vegas covered the story of the woman getting harassed by haters of Dana White and even those calling him for a job. There is no Dana White at the address and it certainly isn't the home of the fight-promoting millionaire.

The UFC boss heard about the woman's plight and actually showed up at her house on Monday.

"[I] went over and apologized for all the trouble caused by the online terrorists," White told FOX5's Claudine Grant.

Breeler wasn't exactly greeting folks at her front door with open arms.

"I get my gun before answering the door," Breeler told FOX5 Monday. "I crack the door and say 'Yes?' He says 'Julie Breeler?' and I'm like 'Yes.' He says 'Hi, I'm Dana White!'"

UFC.com was hacked and re-directed back Jan. 22. Shortly after the "UFC on Fox 2" press conference on Thursday, an angry White launched into an attack on the hackers calling them terrorists.

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