Celebrities from Jennifer Lawrence to Kate Upton found out what it was like to have naked pictures and video stolen and placed on the Internet.
However, when Taylor Swift was hacked Tuesday, the electronic bad guys had so such luck.
Us reports Swift’s accounts were accessed by the Lizard Squad.
They immediately announced they would release pictures of a naked Swift, but she shot them down in flames.
She ended playfully by changing up the lyrics from one of her singles.
Swift used another social media site Tumblr to tell her fans, “my Twitter got hacked but don’t worry, Twitter is deleting the hacker tweets and locking my account until they can figure out how this happened and get me new passwords."
That's not all. Radar Online reports Swift has been named in a $100 million suit filed by a convicted child pornogropher. The action claims Swift used part of Jose Hilario's life story in the making of her monster hit, "1989.” Hilario also says Swift met with him and promised to "help him with his legal problems."