FBI arrested the guy who hacked Bella Thorne's Snapchat account and threatened her
Joseph O'Connor was arrested after the FBI tracked him down.
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Bella Thorne posted a message on Instagram thanking the FBI for tirelessly searching for and eventually tracking down one of the men allegedly responsible for hacking her Snapchat account two years ago.
Joseph O'Connor, a 22-year-old man, was arrested Wednesday in Spain. They threatened to post her nude photos found on the account unless she posted a tweet thanking him for returning her account, according to an FBI statement received by the New York Times. Bella didn’t do that but shared those nude photos on Twitter to show she was stronger.
"I want to thank the FBI for tirelessly looking for the person who created hell out of my life and the lives of others. A lot of times in my life I felt hurt, but I thought I had no way out and then I made a decision. I felt I had to because I wouldn't I could spend another day feeling that someone is taking my body, soul, mental health, love, and hope for the world, ”Bella began the post.
"So thank you, FBI, for one less villain I don't have to worry about anymore. I woke up again with hope and took off a big burden. Plus, I'd like to say what I've wanted for a long time. For all those who think that is comfortable for women in their bodies and to show themselves because some ask for it, for all those who think 'she deserves it', for people who think ‘she took a photo so she deserves to be humiliated.’ Those who made such remarks were disgusting "I hope you feel disgusted," the actress concluded.
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By: Angelica W. - Gossip Whispers