Former Internal Revenue Service contractor Charles Littlejohn was sentenced Monday to 5 years in prison after he pleaded guilty to leaking former President Donald Trump's tax records, as well as those of some of the nation's wealthiest people.
After serving his sentence, Littlejohn, 38, will have 3 years of supervised release. He will also have to pay a $5,000 fine, according to CBS News.
Littlejohn was charged in September and pleaded guilty the following month to one charge of unauthorized disclosure of tax returns and information about the returns. He received the maximum sentence of 5 years on Monday.