US actress and setmaker Lindsey Pelas (28) fell victim to a hacker who spent hours on her social media accounts.
The hacker uploaded three pictures to the actress' Instagram account: two photos and one picture of herself. The hacker wrote in the posts that you can also see home videos of Lindsey by clicking on the website.
Also on Twitter, the hacker did some trouble. He wrote highly censored tweets under Lindsey's account, promised to blow up the White House, sent a horrific spot on the Twitter support team, and boasted in numerous tweets that he managed to hack into the star's social media accounts.
By now, Lindsey's Instagram obscene images have disappeared, but Twitter hacking tweets continue to be found.
Hackers operate consistently
But Lindsey Pelas, of course, is not the only one. Already in September, Plazto wrote how other stars' lives are no fun: in addition to dumpling photographers on the street, they also have to worry about their safety at home. They are not afraid of stealthy thieves, but even more dangerous characters - shameless hackers.
History has shown that hackers especially like to leak star pictures or bed videos.
However, celebrities deal with such thefts in very different ways. For example, in 2014, when Jennifer Lawrence's images were leaked, the actress's lawyer was threatening to court at the time with anyone planning to publish the photos. Even so, pictures can easily be found on the Internet today.