We say that a pair of real numbers (a,b) satisfies the inhomogeneous uniform version of Littlewood conjecture if liminf_{qto infty} q=0 for any pair of real numbers (c,d), where <⋅> denotes the distance to the nearest integer. In 2011 Shapria showed that the set of exceptions to the inhomogeneous Littlewood conjecture has Lebesgue measure zero. In this talk, we compute the Hausdorff dimension of the set of exceptions. The proof contains several ingredients: Dani’s correspondence in the space of affine lattices, a measure classification theorem of Einsiedler and Lindenstrauss, and estimates on the escape of mass and entropy for higher rank diagonal actions.