In this paper, we present and investigate a method to attack and remove multimedia steganography in digital audio data. Among the existing steganography methods that can be used to hide secret data in digital audio carriers, the Spread Spectrum methods are among the most effective and robust for embedding steganography data. Though there are currently a few research efforts on removing or destroying steganography in multimedia, there have been very few efforts on removing steganography from audio. In this paper, we have introduced a simple but very effective anti-steganography approach for removing hidden information from digital audio data embedded using Spread Spectrum methods. The main concept in our approach is to leverage limited pseudo-random shuffling of the samples in the audio stream so that the synchronization information necessary for decoding Spread Spectrum steganography information cannot be attained. Our simulation results in this paper have demonstrated great performance in removing audio steganography by achieving a 50% bit error rate after applying our anti-steganography approach to the digital audio data while maintaining the audio quality.