EXCLUSIVE: Gene Simmons' Daughter Reveals Why Police Searched Her Family's Home

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Sophie Simmons explains what really went down when the police showed up to search her family's Los Angeles home in August.

According to a statement obtained by ET from the rep of Sophie's father, Gene Simmons, the LAPD Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force went to the house "to discuss a crime that may have occurred on their property last year while Mr. Simmons was away on tour with KISS." Though, the Simmons family were never suspects themselves. 

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The task force helps "state and local agencies to develop effective, sustainable responses to online child victimization and child pornography," according to its website.

"It was more of a hacking situation than it was anything physical because there wasn't actually anything physical in our house. I feel like we would've noticed," Sophie told ET of the search. "But, someone used our IP address or our Wi-Fi to access something which is a relatively easy thing to do."

The 23-year-old
further explained, "If you're ever driving down the street and your phone asks you if you want to use someone's WIFI and you say yes, you're now using their IP address so anything you do is linked back to whatever WIFI that is."

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The daughter of the 66-year-old rocker added that they still aren't sure who was responsible for the alleged hack. "I think the case has moved on from our family because we've given the names of everyone we've ever had in the house and I don't think anything was found," she said. "So, I think they've kind of moved passed us and they're still pursuing the case.

That being said, the Simmons family is still cooperating with police. "We're here to help in any way obviously," she said. "Because we'd like to have this solved.

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