Emma Stone may have been locked out in Twitter after her account was hacked in 2013 but is not definitely behind the tracks. Does the actress have a secret account?
In an interview with E! News at the premiere of Stone’s new film “Irrational Man” in Los Angeles, the actress admitted that she was no longer a user of Twitter account but hinting at having a secret account in other social media.
Back in 2013, fans of Stone panicked after a series of tweets from the actress’ account were posted in her newsfeed about a potential split between her and Andrew Garfield. The tweet, which was deleted afterwards, read, “nawder nad islasehne tsintgi ni a erte.” At first, it looks like a bunch of jibberish word/language but it turns out to be quite the anagram. When you scrambled the words, it reads, “Andrew and Shailene sitting in a tree.”
The 26-year-old “Aloha” actress was then asked if she would consider creating a new account on Twitter, she said “I don’t know. I don’t think so.” But when she was asked by the reporter whether she had a secret social media account which she might use to stalk people, she timidly answered, “I don’t know. Maybe.”
According to Stone, she have never tweeted though she tweeted one time to Seth MacFarlane but she just said, “Me too, oh boy.” Then suddenly, she was hacked ever since.
In her recent phone interview in “On Air With Ryan Saecrest,” she admitted that she’s more than happy to give an explanation about the whole Twitter commotion. “They’ve locked me out of my Twitter so I can’t access it because they changed my email, and my password,” she added.
She continued that she heard that the hacker tweeted an anagram about Shailene Woodley who’s one of her favorite human beings on the planet. The actress swore that she’s absolutely no the one who posted the tweet.
Last year, when Stone stopped by to “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon,” she opened up that she had an account on Pinterest but she kept it secret. She confessed that she’s would be humiliated if anyone were to see how many inspirational quotes she has pinned in her account. “Pinterest is like a mood board online, and you can look on different sections and build your dream life, basically,’” she added.
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