There's more trouble in Kutcher-ville. Ashton Kutcher's Twitter account was allegedly hacked and Kutcher has sworn digital revenge on the culprit, he said late Sunday night.
Kutcher's account was hacked over the weekend by someone looking to get the new Two and a Half Men star into romantic hot water. The Mirror reports that the tweets were about friend Lorene Scafaria whom Kutcher is rumored to be dating. One of the fake tweets from Kutcher's account read:
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“First official sleepover with my girl @lorenescafaria so maybe breakfast with everyone next time! (@ Lorene's House)”
Kutcher got wise to the hack and took down the tweets from his feed, which is followed by more than 9 million people. That's when things got interesting. The hacker also broke into Kutcher's Foursquare account, however, and in doing so the hacker also revealed his or her own location. Kutcher responded with the tweet, which includes an image of the hacker's Foursquare account:
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— ashton kutcher (@aplusk) January 15, 2012
Kutcher is known for two things: Being hugely tech-savvy and pranking the bejeesus out of people (and acting, we know). It looks like Kutcher has his sights set on the hacker, and so far responses to Kutcher have been mostly positive with some fans tweeting: "go get'em A.K.," "go. Teach him a lesson," "Wow, what a failure" and "maybe u shouldn't post this..... ur gonna send 100 people over there and shits gonna go down."
It's probably not a good idea to hack Kutcher, but is Kutcher's vow of revenge an overreaction? Sound off in the comments.
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This story originally published on Mashable here.
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