Ashton Kutcher has vowed to track down the Twitter hacker who logged into his page posted a number of tweets about close (and rumoured more than) friend Lorene Scafaria over the weekend.
Gossip sites in theUSwent nuts yesterday after messages about Lorene – who looks remarkably like Demi Moore – appeared on Ashton’s page, which is followed by over nine million people.
The fake tweets attempted to confirm rumours that Ashton was dating director Lorene, after the pair went travelling inEuropetogether over Christmas.
One of the messages read: “First official sleepover with my girl @lorenescafaria so maybe breakfast with everyone next time! (@ Lorene’s House)”
Another read: “Check out my new girl Lorene’s House (Los Angeles,CA) on foursquare.”
Both false tweets linked to locations on foursquare, which is a social networking website for mobiles that allows the user to ‘log in’ to different places to show friends where they are. Naturally, we copied and pasted that information from somewhere else, because we are yet to get down with the cool kids and download this app.
Ashton warns the hacker, before revealing his apparent location
However, the Twitter hacker didn’t realised that using Ashton’s foursquare account would reveal his own location, with the social networking site recording where the user is when they log into the app.
It took Ashton six hours to realise that his Twitter account had been hacked, with the Two and a Half Men taking the messages down on Sunday evening.
He wrote: “So apparently someone thinks they are clever hacking my account. #lame”
Ashton went travelling with Lorene over Christmas, tweeting this picture from Rome
Ashton then discovered that the hacker had accidentally revealed their whereabouts when using his foursquare account.
He wrote: “Ok mr hacker, you only made one mistake. You hacked my Foursquare and I now know your address. Whoops…. This is gonna be fun.”
And last night, Ashton posted a picture of the hacker’s location, writing: “I’m coming for you my friend…. #hacker”
We feel a Twitter-based Punk’d coming on…