Jessica Alba's Instagram gets hacked days after Twitter breach: 'Nazi Germany is innocent no matter what y'all say'

Suzy Byrne
Editor, Yahoo Entertainment

Jessica Alba can’t shake a hateful hacker.

After her Twitter was breached — by someone posting racist and homophobic tweets about Hitler and rape — on Sunday, the same thing happened Tuesday to her Instagram.

Early this morning, similar posts popped up in her Insta timeline, which has 16.1 million followers, with captions like, “Nazi Germany is innocent no matter what y’all say I swear to God.”

(Screenshot: Jessica Alba via Instagram)

Like the Twitter hack, there was a “demand” for rapper YNW Melly, who’s currently incarcerated and awaiting trial for a double homicide, to be freed.

(Screenshot: Jessica Alba via Instagram)

The hacker also posted a lame attempt at an apology, writing, “Jessica, when I was a little kid, 6 years old, I used to watch fantastic four, and I loved you please forgive me i’m just having fun.”

(Screenshot: Jessica Alba via Instagram)
(Screenshot: Jessica Alba via Instagram)

Soon after, the messages were wiped clean from her feed and it was back to its original programming — cute kids, Honest Company products and work (red carpet and behind-the-scenes of her new show L.A.’s Finest).

Alba previously addressed the online invasion in an Instagram post featuring her son, Hayes, with his hands up against his mouth. She said that was the reaction she had when she learned her Twitter was hacked while she was “asleep.”

This type of thing isn’t exactly new for the movie star. In 2011, the FBI investigated a hacker stealing photos from her and some 50 other celebrities.

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