Teen Mom star Farrah Abraham was recently targeted in a Twitter hacking scandal. Last month, several offensive tweets and a nude photo were posted to her account by who she claims was her ex-boyfriend. While she has since removed the tweets and changed her password to prevent something like this happening again, she’s also making sure that her ex pays for what he did.
According to Omaha.com, Farrah has contacted police about the issue and has filed a request that they grant her a protective order against her ex-boyfriend, University of Nebraska at Omaha soccer player Mohamed Salama. “I’m a reality (star) on MTV networks and this is hurting my brand and his actions are defamation of character,” Farrah explained in her request.
The site reports, “[Farrah] alleged to police and in court documents that Salama threatened her and hacked into her Twitter and email accounts after a Dec. 17 argument.”
During the hacking, Mohamed (allegedly) posted messages to her 600k+ fans including, “I am being hacked because I am the most coldhearted b*tch in the world. I have no feelings towards anyone,& I am boss b*tch status. FWM,” and “Even God makes mistakes.. I mean look at my face.. without makeup.” It was pretty gruesome. If you’d like to see the whole thing, click here.
Farrah’s response to the whole thing, and we quote, was as follows: “As many of you noticed yesterday some crazy , attention crazed, disgusting, weak and spinless boy (dare I say man) hacked my account. The reason; other then clearly being upset with my and or envious of my artistic abilities, literary aspirations, and future success I will have out of my current achievments.”
A hearing regarding the case was held on Tuesday but neither party was in attendance, so Judge Greg Schatz denied the request.