Linkin Park frontman Chester Bennington was found dead in his California home Thursday as a result of what authorities are deeming a suicide, leaving behind six children from two relationships and his widow, Talinda Bennington.
Just hours after news of Chester's death broke, hackers allegedly broke into Talinda's Twitter account to leave vile messages including claims that she "never really loved" her husband.
Soon after appearing, the tweets were quickly removed, but fans had, naturally, already taken screen shots of the horrid messages.
Several of the horrible tweets claimed Talinda was only in the marriage for the money and alleged that she was cheating on Chester with his bandmate Mike Shinoda.
Twitter Talinda istri Chester Bennington kayanya di hack. Beberapa saat kalu ngetwit begini disaat duka. pic.twitter.com/QW0PKdzCiX— Hello, Renny! (@RennyFernandez) July 21, 2017
The tweets continued, with the hacker writing, "I'm glad he killed himself."
When compared with previous tweets from Talinda, the poor grammar of the vile messages makes it clear she was hacked.
After the messages appeared, many Twitter users slammed the alleged hacker for the awful tweets.
Who in their sick mind would hack a wife/mother who just lost the love of their life? 😭😡— ToastyProphet (@RemieveStar) July 21, 2017
@TwitterSupport someone has clearly violated this account. sort it out please. inform the police.— McGubbins McGee (@Painted_Apples) July 21, 2017
People are so disgusting why do they have to hack @TalindaB account and make her feel worse ? Only God knows what she is going through now..— Noor (@ThisisChazendra) July 21, 2017
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