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Julia Barretto Twitter account deactivated after alleged hacking

/ 01:21 PM June 03, 2021
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Image: Instagram/@juliabarretto

Julia Barretto’s Twitter account has been deactivated after the actress revealed that the account has been hacked yesterday, June 2.

“My twitter has been hacked,” Barretto said through an Instagram Story yesterday, June 2. She did not state further details about the alleged hacking incident.

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Image: Instagram/@juliabarretto

It also appears that after the account has been deleted, Barretto’s Twitter username has been taken by a different individual.

Links to her former account (@BarrettoJulia) now leads users to a fan-made account. It has been active since 2013 and only has around 100 followers, as of this writing.

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Image: screengrab from Twitter/@BarrettoJulia

Barretto recently got chided by netizens over her denial that she has eaten the Filipino street food isaw in the past. In a video that recently went viral on Twitter, the actress can be seen eating isaw with her former onscreen partner Ronnie Alonte.

The video drew laughs as netizens stated that Barretto had “selective memory” to impress her boyfriend, actor Gerald Anderson. JB

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