Kutcher’s Twitter and Foursquare accounts were apparently hacked recently. Now the Two and a Half Men star has taken to his Twitter page to antagonize the cyber-spy.
“So apparently someone thinks they are clever hacking my account. #lame. Ok mr hacker, you only made one mistake. You hacked my Foursquare and I now know your address. Whoops…This is gonna be fun,” the actor goaded.
But by early this morning, both Tweets had been removed, possibly after Kutcher ran them retrospectively past the guys he apparently got to vet his Tweets. They didn’t do such a great job the first time.
The 33-year-old star of The Butterfly Effect later threatened that he was “coming for” the hacker. He linked his message to a photo of the hacker’s apparent location, somewhere between 120th and West El Segundo Boulevard in Hawthorne, California.
When the account was hacked, the sassy spy put up a fake Tweet about Ashton Kutcher’s new girlfriend, the screenwriter Lorene Scafaria. It read,
“First official sleepover with my girl @lorenescafaria so maybe breakfast with everyone next time! (@ Lorene’s House),” with a Foursquare link showing a map of where Scafaria’s house is located.
Kutcher is probably even more annoyed by the breach of account security so soon after Foursquare began because he has invested money into the company and even plugged it on Two and a Half Men. This hacking certainly undermines the website’s security.
Ashton Kutcher was the first person to have more than 1 million Twitter followers, slightly ahead of CNN, in April 2009.