Police working the Jussie Smollett case are snitches in the worst way, and now the police force is launching an internal investigation.
Chicago PD Chief of Detectives opened the investigation out of concerns the force was leaking like a sieve. CPD adds there's been a ton of "inaccurate" info in the media, and they want to know who's putting it out there.
A police spokesman told TMZ.com "When there are allegations of information being leaked, an internal investigation has been opened and we are also looking at our vulnerabilities."
Smollett's attorney, Mark Geragos, blasted the police during a CNN appearance saying the leaks were a thinly veiled attempt to skewer the actor.
Dozens of hospital staffers where Jussie was treated were reportedly fired for looking at Smollett's records without authorization.