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Twitter Hacker’s Video Hearing Hilariously Gets Hacked With Pornhub Video via Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office
via Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office

I know this is potentially a serious matter, but I have to admit I find this pretty hilarious. Graham Ivan Clark, the genius 17-year-old Twitter hacker behind the prominent Twitter account hacking of people like former President Barack Obama, celebrities Kanye West and Kim Kardashian, Founder Bill Gates, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, and Tesla CEO Elon Musk, is probably laughing too.

In Tampa, Florida, Graham Clark was having his bond hearing for being the mastermind behind “sim swapping,” the term used to describe the process that Clark used for the high-profile security breach, as well as increase his Bitcoin worth. After the Florida teen accused was arrested and put in Hillsborough County Jail, a bond hearing was set by the defense to request a reduction of his $725,000 bail. According to the Tampa Bay Times, however, that simply didn’t stop the hacking.

At the bond hearing, Hillsborough Circuit Judge Christopher Nash was in for a rude awakening for this one. Because of COVID-19 and social distancing orders hailed from the coronavirus pandemic, the online bond hearing was held over a Zoom call. No offense, but maybe there should’ve been some precautions over having a bond hearing on Zoom for a hacker, especially one like this Tampa teen? But what do I know about that stuff.

Anyways, while the defense was arguing that Clark was also the victim of “sim swapping” by law enforcement in Florida and California, as stated in the federal court records, the virtual bond hearing was “Zoom bombed,” when suddenly rap music and movie dialogue started playing over the proceeding. But it didn’t stop there. Judge Nash had to finally temporarily shut down the hearing when the screens were taken over by porn plays.

Whoever these “zoombombers” take over the virtual bond hearing, and not only interrupted it, but straight up halted the bond hearing with pornographic videos and pornographic images. The court hearing was then rescheduled for October, with the judge explaining that it will be “password-protected” this time since the first Zoom bond hearing was public. Honestly, I’m not sure that a password’s going to protect the hearing this time, even from porn videos. Maybe just don’t use any sort of electronic device in this case.

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Lauren Pineda is a writer with a background in music journalism and pop culture. Her best writing comes from her passion for storytelling and connecting her audience. She lives and breathes any live music show or art event and enjoys listening to peoples’ stories.
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