Bristol Palin said she received countless phone calls and texts when her number was posted online after her mom’s e-mail was hacked back two years ago.
Palin testified Wednesday that she was 17 and pregnant in 2008 when her Sarah Palin’s Yahoo! account was invaded by a Tennessee college student.
Now 19, Bristol Palin said the worst harassment occurred when a bunch of boys called her up, claiming they were outside her door and wanted in.
No word if baby daddy Levi Johnston was one of rowdy gang of hooligans or if anyone inquired about whether or not her refrigerator was running.
“We live in the middle of nowhere in Alaska … in the middle of the woods,” Palin said, noting that private photos of her family were posted online.
Bristol Palin can thank this doofus for the phone and text harassment.
“I saw a screen shot on the TV … I think it was Fox News,” she said, coincidentally plugging the station for which Sarah is a paid political analyst.
David Kernell, 22, has been charged with identity theft, wire fraud, accessing Palin’s e-mail account without authorization and obstructing an FBI investigation.
If convicted, he could be sent to prison for up to 50 years.
The former University of Tennessee student has not been accused of the harassing calls, e-mails and text messages that Bristol Palin described to the jury.
Kernell’s attorney claims the e-mail intrusion was just a prank and has attempted to show the account was accessible to others. But he still did it, right?
Sarah’s hacked account was set up just after she was picked to be the Vice Presidential running mate of Republican presidential nominee John McCain.
Continue reading about the trail in the New York Daily News …