In response to claims that it was hacked, Piers Morgan’s Twitter account has had most of its information deleted.
The 57-year-old former Good Morning Britain (GMB) broadcaster had no profile photo, banner image, or posts on Tuesday afternoon despite having 8.3 million followers on the social media platform. There were some tweets with pictures and videos, as well as copies of the tweets his account had liked.
The late Queen Elizabeth II and the singer Ed Sheeran allegedly received negative messages when his account published postings throughout the course of the night that contained incorrect information, racial slurs, and fraudulent facts.
The anchor of TalkTV’s Uncensored programme, who recently switched from GMB, hasn’t commented on the alleged breach in the media.
The Metropolitan police announced earlier this month that they will not pursue additional charges against a guy who is thought to have threatened Morgan and his family with death online.
Morgan complained about the “big problem with how big tech operates its safety procedures” on Twitter.
Someone hacked Piers Morgan's Twitter account 😭😭😭😭 pic.twitter.com/9oM8Q0Uk7l
— Solyman Jami (@Jitokeze) December 27, 2022
Recently, Morgan’s interview with Cristiano Ronaldo went viral on the internet as it was controversial in which the Portuguese International had complained about The Reds wanting to knock him out as well as the manager and his behaviour.