Ashton Kutcher, Eric Stonestreet victims of Twitter hackers

ashton-kutcher-eric-stonestreet-gi.jpg Ashton Kutcher and Eric Stonestreet are the latest celebs to be victimized by the scourge of the new millennium: social media hackers.

On Sunday (Jan. 15), both Kutcher's Twitter and Foursquare accounts were hacked. Most of the hacker's fake tweets were about a supposed overnight stay with Kutcher's rumored girlfriend, screenwriter Lorene Scafaria. Kutcher, however, vows to hunt the hacker down.

"Ok mr hacker, you only made one mistake," wrote Kutcher in a tweet that was later deleted. "You hacked my Foursquare and I now know your address. Whoops.... This is gonna be fun."

Stonestreet discussed his own run-in with hackers on the Golden Globes red carpet, telling Ryan Seacrest he'd been targeted by mischief makers who started tweeting about diet pills. He said he only realized his account had been compromised when people started tweeting to ask him if he took the diet pills himself.

"What can you do about hackers?" asked Seacrest.

"Hunt him down and punch them in the face," replied Stonestreet. "Just kidding."
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