A hacker from California has made it possible to take control of the personal data of friends and relatives of celebrities.
The hacker, named Coleman, was first reported by The New York Times, which published a story detailing how the hacker had infiltrated celebrities’ social media accounts.
It’s believed to be the first time anyone has been able to control the identities of friends or family members on social media.
Coleman told the newspaper he wanted to take a step to change the world and was motivated by his love for technology and computers.
He used the hack to steal personal details of celebrities such as the actor Jessica Alba, who he was befriending on Instagram.
The hack also allowed him to gain access to their social media feeds and emails.
Colemans methods included sending the celebrities private messages and messages, or posting a message to their profile.
It was only a matter of time before he was able to take over their accounts, but his exploits were a bit more sinister.
After hacking into Alba’s Instagram account, he used it to upload and distribute videos of himself performing sex acts on other celebrities.
“He got access to a bunch of celebrities’ accounts,” said a source close to the investigation.
“One of the videos shows him fucking them.
They had a lot of other people’s accounts on there.”
I didn’t really get the idea that he could do it.
He was just using it for fun.
“It was just a matter, he said, of time, before he could use his hacking skills to take all their personal information.”
It took me a couple of days to figure out how to do it,” he said.”
But it’s fun.
It’s really fun.
“He has since taken to Facebook and Twitter to post videos of his exploits, which he calls “funniest videos”.
It’s not the first cyber-attack to target celebrities.
Earlier this month, the hacker broke into the personal email accounts of actress Ashley Judd and actor James Corden, and posted video of himself doing it.