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Wilmer Valderrama’s hacked Twitter feed displays nude photos and vile cartoon of girlfriend Demi Lovato

User accounts compromised

The former star of That 70's Show tweeted his innocence after the pictures, including a doctored image labeling Lovato 'fat as f***,' ended up on his account for nearly half-a-million followers to see.

Valderrama went as far as deleting his Facebook page, no doubt in hopes it would stop any further damage to Lovato’s reputation.

“The offending pictures included an image in which the 21-year-old poses topless, another on which she is lying on a bed completely naked, and one in which they are french kissing,” the Daily Mail reports. “They appear to be the same images leaked on the internet in April, which featured her and her on-off beau in bed together in a state of undress, as well as selfies, one of which features the star beneath the covers and apparently topless, another photo purporting to reveal her naked chest, and another revealing her nude behind.”

The breach came after Lovato infuriated Russians when two of her male back-up dancers, one of which was naked except for a picture of President Putin’s face covering his genitals, shared a kiss onstage at her New York Pride concert on 7/1.

According to the Daily Mail, “She was attacked on Twitter with some users saying it was a 'disrespectful' and 'unacceptable' stunt, telling her to 'leave politicians to deal with their countries’ laws on their own.’”

sector

Social Media

reported

July 3, 2014

reported by

Daily Mail

number affected

Unknown

location of breach

Unknown

perpetrators

Unknown

location of perpetrators

Unknown

date breach occurred

July 03, 2014

date breach detected

July 03, 2014

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