Kim Kardashian says her Twitter account was hacked
Kim Kardashian announced that her Twitter account was hacked on Tuesday morning. The reality star said that she was unable to Tweet from her computer, but could relay some Tweets from her cell phone.
"Twitter please help me get my password back! How is it that I can tweet from my cell but my home computer says wrong password! #HACKED," the "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" star wrote.
The hacker then began Tweeting fake messages under Kardashian's account until the 30-year-old was able to reset her password.
"Ok guys its really me...i'm back! that was sooo annoying! hackers are so lame. like whats the point," she Tweeted on Tuesday afternoon, 14 hours after her account information was stolen.
Kardashian's sister, Khloe Kardashian, confirmed that her sister was back on Twitter. "Yayyy Kimmie is back," she wrote with a ReTweet to Kardashian's page.
According to Kim Kardashian's other sister, Kourtney Kardashian, Kim Kardashian's e-mail account was hacked as well. "Some stalker freak loser hacked @KimKardashian twitter and email. Its called 911 and its called get a life," Kourtney Kardashian wrote on her Twitter page.
Up next, the reality star is gearing up for the release of her new dance track "Turn It Up." The track, which was produced by The Dream, will also have a music video directed by Hype Williams.
Kardashian stopped to talk about the her upcoming music venture with MTV at the Grammy Awards on Sunday and revealed, "[It's coming out] in about three weeks. I'm so excited."