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The world laughed when Kris Jenner claimed pranksters were destroying her family, but now that she's been hacked by someone with a wicked sense of humor...well, we're still laughing but for different reasons:

Late last night, Kris' Instagram page exploded with a series of hilarious rants purporting to expose Jenner's "true feelings" about her famous family:

"Shout to all my followers. I don't like Kanye West!" read one post. "I just pretend I do so my daughters can make a profit. I can't stand Kanye and I hate Karim ... that's French Montana."

The hacker even made a game out of it, promising to follow the first person to post an #IHateKanye hashtag.

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Former News of the World editor Clive Goodman hacked Kate Middleton's phone 155 times beginning in 2005, according to a shocking new report.

Goodman, one of seven defendants on trial for the paper's phone hacking scandal, also hacked Prince William 35 times and Prince Harry on nine occasions.

He returned to the trial to resume giving evidence after an extended period away due to illness, and made it worth the wait for celebrity gossip enthusiasts.

Goodman says he hacked Kate Middleton on Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and Boxing Day in 2005, and in August 2006, the day before he got arrested.

Prince William's voicemail was first intercepted in January 2006, a little more than five years before he and Kate tied the knot in April 2011's royal wedding.

Goodman denied he had "forgotten" about targeting the royals when he said earlier in the trial that he had only hacked aides working for the royals.

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As many as 4.6 million users of Snapchat recently had their usernames and phone numbers hacked, and the company may be out big bucks as a result.

Like really big bucks. The security breach is bad news for founder Evan Spiegel and other investors in the so-called “sexting” app valued in the billions.

Snapchat, for those unfamiliar with it, allows users to send text messages, pictures, and videos that self-destruct just seconds after being received.

The whole company's hook is that messages can’t be stored on incoming phones or devices and are also erased from Snapchat servers immediately.

That means there’s no potentially incriminating or embarrassing evidence left behind anyone you know (or don't know) who's perusing your selfies or texts.

Spiegel and his Stanford fraternity buddies reportedly invented Snapchat as a way to securely “sext” co-eds with impunity but the app has since expanded.

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Kate Middleton voicemails left by then-boyfriend Prince William were hacked by the News of the World, it was revealed at the former editors' trial.

There's nothing salacious, just highly illegal on the since-shuttered newspaper's part ... and cheesy on William's, since he uses the pet name "babykins."

He also mentions that he was nearly shot with blanks at one point. Ouch?

It is the first time the jury has heard that the Duchess of Cambridge's phone had been hacked, and the transcripts were read aloud in the courtroom.

Former News of the World editors Rebekah Brooks and Andy Coulson are currently on trial with then-royal editor Clive Goodman and four others.

They are accused of various offenses, which they all deny, including conspiracy to illegally hack voicemails from celebrities, Kate Middleton included.

Another infamous example of their apparent success?

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Amanda Bynes is picking up right where she left off. On Twitter, that is.

Yesterday, the hospitalized 27-year-old actress tweeted, "I love Drake."

It was her first Tweet since July 19, when she said "Drake is gorgeous."

  • Amanda Bynes Twitter Selfie
  • Drake at the Grammys

The singular Tweet is still live and was sent from her official account.

The brief, unexpected return to Twitter came one day after her doctors at UCLA Medical Center asked for and were granted an extended long-term hold.

Amanda Bynes was hospitalized under an involuntary 5150 psychiatric hold back on July 22, and has been receiving mental health treatment ever since.

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Marcus Jordan, former college basketball player and son of Michael Jordan, is in hot water over an picture of a penis (presumably his) that was blasted from his Twitter.

Anthony Weiner would approve. Everyone else, not so much.

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  • Marcus Jordan Tweet

NOTE: We censored the above pic, because it was a giant penis.

The X-rated Tweet, which was quickly deleted, was sent to Deadspin by a tipster, according to the sports site - and quickly disavowed by Jordan.

He used his own suspect Twitter history to claim he didn't do it:

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JWoww has certainly done a lot of controversial things over the years.

Changing her Twitter icon to a swastika is not one of them, however.

JWoww Tattoo Photo

In addition to pulling that stunt, a hacker changed her bio to "Jersey Shore sluts getting ran daily. You can mark Sammi and JWoww off the list."

JWoww was, understandably, quite upset about the hacking. She tweeted at two users she believed to have been involved, writing, "Pathetic losers..."

"U wanna come at me meet me face to face! Bitch asses think ur cool hacking. Lets go! Loser ass thinks its cool to hack...Think ur cool? Ur a loser. Bitch!"

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So, someone tweeted a naked photo on Russell Crowe's account.

Not of the actor. Of a woman's pubic region. Up close.

It was quickly deleted, after which Crowe wrote:

Eating Crowe

"Hey, I don't know what that was. Just having a chat with Dani [Danielle Spencer, his estranged wife] when the phone went ballistic. Sorry, gone."

Based on other Crowe tweets, the actor has been enjoying some downtime in Los Angeles while Man of Steel continues to rake in the big bucks.

Either Russell is still trying to figure out Twitter, or he got hacked. Regardless, most of his Tweets involve things like his gym schedule, and so on.

Aside from the occasional crotch shot, not a lot to see.

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The Facebook page of an Arizona bakery became a national story after the owners of Amy's Baking Company were featured on Gordon Ramsay's FOX show.

But the insane-seeming duo now says they had nothing to do with the EPIC rants that followed their Kitchen Nightmares appearance, which was ridiculed online.

Instead, they're playing the "hacking" card.

Amy's Baking Company

The couple’s behavior on the show was beyond bad - it was even too much for Ramsay, who walked out before renovations in the May 10 episode.

The Scottsdale, Ariz., establishment was accused of stealing tips from employees, selling desserts from elsewhere and being rude to customers.

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Fans of TV who love Twitter but hate spoilers, meet Jennie Lamere.

The 17-year-old entered the TVnext Hack event in Boston and not only won her category, "Best Use of Sync-To-Broadcast," but also won Best In Show.

Her creation? Twivo, a TV spoiler blocker made for Twitter.

Jennie Lamere Photo

An extension of Google Chrome, Twivo lets users type in key words they would like to block and for how long. Take the example of Game of Thrones spoilers.

If you missed the episode but have it on DVR and still want to be on Twitter, enter keyword "Game of Thrones" and you won't see any tweets about it!

So for The Bachelorette spoilers, you'd have to start like two months before the premiere, since Reality Steve starts posting them then. Just FYI.

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