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Reuters reports that a 31-year-old man with the initial J.M.R. was nabbed in Zaragona, Spain in a police operation dubbed "Madonnaleaks." The man was arrested and then later released according to a police statement, which also described him as a big Madonna fan.
Fan site DrownedMadonna.com reported that British lawyers representing the pop star made initial inquiries as to where the leak originated. The site also said they found a hard drive containing several demos of Madonna songs.
Madonna expressed her annoyance at the leak in November when a demo recording of the Martin Solveig-produced dance-pop single -- now called 'Give Me All Your Lovin'' with new guests spots by M.I.A. and Nicki Minaj -- wound up online. Billboard reported that "within a few hours, it was among one of the top 10 trending topics worldwide on Twitter."
The iconic singer will reportedly perform the song at the upcoming Super Bowl half-time show and it will feature on her upcoming studio album in 2012, Madonna's first since 2008's 'Hard Candy.'