Apparently you can put a price tag on almost anything.
Scarlett Johansson should be paid $66,719.49 in restitution by admitted hacker Christopher Chaney, according to the sentencing recommendation filed by the U.S. State's Attorney's Office that also details recommended settlements for the Avengers star and her fellow famous targets.
So, what does the government think Christina Aguilera should get for her hacking headache?
The federal court recommended $7,500 for The Voice judge—but, remember, though Aguilera's email was hacked, Johansson was the one who had to deal with a website posting her naughty photos.
Also listed as one of Chaney's victims is The Secret Life of the American Teenager star Renee Olstead, who, per the court, should get even more than Johansson—$76,767.35, to be exact.
According to the sentencing recommendation, however, the state's attorney finds it "unlikely," given his employment record, that Chaney will actually be able to "repay any significant amount to the victims." Therefore, they are also asking for a "high-end" prison sentence of 71 months.
Not mentioned in the documents was Mila Kunis, who's been identified as one of the hackees, but prosecutors are also suggesting that Chaney cut a check for $10,374.59 to the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists' health fund.
Chaney pleaded guilty in March to nine counts of unauthorized computer access and wiretapping. His sentencing is scheduled for July 23.