Ashley Martson, 90 day fiancé, claims she was the victim of a social media hacker. Allegedly the 32-year-old Instagram was hacked and all images were replaced by advertisements. But was the whole thing a publicity stunt?
90 Day Fiance: Hacker Targets Ashley Martson?
Ashley Martson has never been in the spotlight for long. In its last scandal, the 90 Day Fiance celeb says an internet hacker has targeted her account on an advertising plan. All of Ashley’s photos have been removed and replaced with an advertisement for an electronic repair company.
It contained the telephone number of the company, the e-mail address and the Facebook page. The profile photo of the 90 Day Fiance star was also replaced by the advertisement. Ashley Martson has 284K Instagram followers, so her account would be an important target for hackers. But some fans think it was a publicity stunt or that Ashley benefited from it. Both Ashley Martson and her husband Jay Smith have been less than fair with their online activities in the past.
Ashley Martson’s Back in Control
If you are a fan of Ashley Martson, don’t despair. She says that she now has control of her account and that everything has been taken care of.
In a new message, Ashley sent her mysterious hacker the middle finger and said to 90 Day Fiance fans, “Don’t worry, Mama is back!” She answered some questions in the comment sections that her people were busy recovering all her photos. Her account seems to be back to its original state, almost as if the hack never happened.
90 Day Fiance: Was The Whole Thing Another Fraud?
Some fans wonder if the whole thing was a publicity stunt by Ashley Martson. Their misleading online practices brought news when Jay accidentally published himself from a fake account that had leaked fake news. The two are so caught lying and faking that many fans are now reluctant to believe something Ashley Martson posts.
Ashley and Jay Smith have also been accused of falsifying their split to gain more popularity and remain relevant. At first glance this seems like a legitimate hack – but some fans are waiting to learn more and will not be surprised by anything.