The actress’ Twitter incident follows co-star Chris Colfer’s hacking which claimed he was fired from the Fox series
Lea Michele is the latest victim of what appears to be a serial hack of “Glee” cast members’ Twitter accounts.
The actress said she was hacked on Friday after a tweet was sent from her Twitter account erroneously announcing she was pregnant.
“Before this gets out to the media, I would like to announce to my fans that I am pregnant #BabyBoy,” the tweet said.
After the message sent shock waves among her fans, the actress quickly deleted the message and said her social media account was compromised.
“I was HACKED!” Michele tweeted. “Guess @chriscolfer and I should have known better then to make our passwords the names of our cats.”
Michele was the second “Glee” cast member to be hacked on Twitter this week.
A hacker tweeted a phony announcement on Thursday that Chris Colfer was leaving the show.
“Due to personal issues, I have been let go from the cast of GLEE. Explanations will come shortly,” the hacker wrote.
I was HACKED! Guess @chriscolfer and I should have known better then to make our passwords the names of our cats:)