On Monday, April 20, Joe Keery was left “deeply upset” after someone hacked his Twitter account and posted a series of racially insensitive messages. The Stranger Things star issued an apology after falling victim to the cyber attack.

“Hey everyone, I was hacked as I’m sure everyone knows. What a bummer that someone would go to such great lengths to spread hate,” the 27-year-old wrote. “I want to apologize for the horrible comments that were posted, it was deeply upsetting to me. Much love to you all in these crazy times.”

A spokesperson for Twitter told Page Six at the time, “As soon as we were made aware of the issue, we locked the compromised account and investigated the situation. We’re working closely with the account holder to restore the account.”

It turns out, the actor isn’t the only star who has been hacked. Back in August 2018, Cole Sprouse‘s Twitter account was compromised.

“Cole’s Twitter has been hacked BTW. F**k people who do that, seriously,” his girlfriend, Lili Reinhart, wrote at the time. But then, the hackers went after her too. They broke into her social media account days later, and even posted a fake nude photo.

“Shouldn’t have talked s**t about us. Here’s to Lili fans. Found this masterpiece on iCloud,” the hackers wrote, alongside the photoshopped pic that they claimed was a naked snap of the actress.

A few months before that, someone logged onto Selena Gomez‘s Instagram account and shared a bunch of photos of her ex-boyfriend Justin Bieber. Plus, let us not forget about the time that 13 Reasons Why stars Ross Butler and Justin Prentice‘s Instagram accounts got hacked. The intruder posted a series of inappropriate comments, and when fans thought that the boys had wrote them, they quickly took to Twitter to clear the air.

“Yes, Ross and I were hacked. We have full control of our accounts again. Nothing but love for the people who were targeted,” Justin explained at the time.

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