With over nine million followers, Ashton Kutcher is a powerful figure on Twitter.
A link or endorsement posted by the actor, who recently separated from Demi Moore, is something that many brands and websites would dream of, imagining the traffic that would come as a consequence.
So it’s perhaps no surprise to find that some mischief-makers might also delight in trying to hack into Ashton Kutcher’s online accounts, to see what trouble they could cause.
The “Two and a half men” star’s Twitter account posted some bizarre messages on Sunday, apparently confirming that he was in a romantic relationship with Lorene Scafaria:
First official sleepover with my girl @lorenescafaria so maybe breakfast with everyone next time! (@ Lorene’s House). [LINK]
Check out my new girl Lorene’s House (Los Angeles, CA) on foursquare. [LINK]
Celeb-watching websites jumped on the news, which confirmed rumours that have been…
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