Last week, 90 Day Fiance star Larissa Lima revealed the grim fate of Colt Johnson's ring.
But this week, Larissa's Instagram account has been taken similarly out of reach.
She was, in colloquial terms, hacked.
To make matters worse, the imposter then began to report each new account that she made for "impersonation."
That's already a bad situation.
But, to make matters worse, Colt appears to be taking credit for her current nightmare.
1. This feud has gone too far
Larissa and Colt have both taken shots at each other on Instagram. Now, someone has taken Larissa’s Instagram account right out from under her.
2. Larissa Lima’s Instagram was hacked
Others who have been in contact with Larissa, including castmate Ashley Martson, shared links to her new, real Instagram account.
3. Larissa asked for help from fans
She wants them to unfollow and report her old account so that the impersonator couldn’t reap the benefits of hundreds of thousands of followers.
4. Reporting it didn’t do much good at first
That account is gone as of Tuesday afternoon, but it remained up on Monday, pushing whatever it wanted onto the timelines of countless actual Instagram users. Instagram is infamously not great about dealing with hacked accounts, and nothing that happened on Monday changed anyone’s opinions about that.
5. Larissa was having a much tougher time
In the mean time, whoever had taken control of that account was reporting Larissa’s new, REAL account as false, even though Larissa had put up a short, never-before-seen video of herself to show that it was the real deal.
6. Then people noticed that the hacker was from Vegas
Larissa’s reply here seems to indicate that she believes that this is still further harassment from her bitter ex, Colt Johnson. As if trying to get her deported weren’t enough!
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