Victoria's Secret model Miranda Kerr has revealed how she has contacted the authorities over her recent Twitter hacking scandal. Miranda claims that a recent tweet that appeared on her Twitter page was not posted by her and that she has now taken the relevant action to find who hacked her account.
Kerr took to her official Twitter account to let the hacker know that she had contacted the authorities over the hacking offence, “Just with the cyber crime unit. Whoever hacked my account, expect a knock on the door very soon,” she tweeted.
Meanwhile, Annie Kelly, a representative for Miranda Kerr also added, “We can't say much more than that other than we are definitely in close contact with senior members of the fraud and cyber crime squad but it does not involve any of her social networking accounts.”
It is not the first time that the Australian beauty has had her Twitter account hacked, after she revealed last November that a tweet that appeared on her Twitter page was not actually written by her. She said at the time, “Someone hacked my account,” adding; “It's ridiculous! I'm not pregnant!”