Hacker at computer
A hacker, who requested not to have his name revealed, works on his laptop in his office in Taipei in 2013. REUTERS/Pichi Chuang

A hacker, who was last year linked to the infamous "Fappening" from summer 2014, when dozens of celebrity nude photos were leaked on the internet, is planning to write a book on celebrity secrets, TMZ reported. The report comes just a day ahead of Alonzo Knowles' sentencing Tuesday for hacking into celebrity email accounts.

According to TMZ, Knowles has bragged to inmates that he has more knowledge and content than what was leaked online. Knowles could reportedly face up to 33 months in prison for cyber crime.

While prosecutors are ready to ask for a lighter sentence if Knowles gives away his computer, the latter has chosen to stay longer in prison and finish his book that will make him rich, TMZ reported, citing documents files by the U.S. Attorney.

"Yo, when I get out dog, I'm going to be a millionaire dog, trust me when I say that ... I'm gonna be rich as hell," legal documents say Knowles told his brother.

Prosecutors are reportedly looking to ask the judge to impose a harsher sentence than provided by federal guidelines, as Knowles shows no remorse over his actions.

In May, Knowles, 23, of Freeport in the Bahamas pleaded guilty to hacking over 100 celebrities and stealing secret scripts, social security numbers and a sex tape.

Knowles, who has not been officially linked to "The Fappening," was arrested last year for hacking into the email accounts of dozens of people in the entertainment, sports, and media industries. During his arrest, Knowles was charged with identity theft and copyright infringement.

Celebrities such as Jennifer Lawrence, Kate Upton, Keke Palmer, Meagan Good, Kim Kardashian West and Vanessa Hudgens were among those affected by the Fappening.