Scots journalist, Lorraine Kelly, has revealed that her Twitter account has been hacked into by someone who is sending out uncomplimentary messages, pretending to be her.
The Daily Record reported on Friday that Kelly, who presents ITV’s Today programme and writes columns for two Scottish newspapers, has posted an apology on her Twitter account.
According to the Record, her message read: “Been hacked into! Naughty messages please ignore and I will investigate!”
She then is quoted as asking if anyone else had had their accounts hacked into, and, if so, what could be done to prevent it happening again.
The hacking happened after Kelly sent a message saying she was interviewing BBC TV’s Strictly Come Dancing judge, Craig Revel Horwood.
According to the Record, a message was later sent from Kelly’s account saying: “Excellent!! You would have fun but sadly you cant wear your big c**k.”
Kelly later sent out the message that she wasn’t behind the rude tweets.