Latina model and model runner Ashley Williams was among the victims of a Latticore exploit published on December 11, 2016.
Ashley Williams has previously tweeted about her experience.
She has tweeted that she is in a safe house and is in good health.
She posted this image on December 12, 2016: I’m safe, I’m home, I have a plan, I got my plans and I got them in order.
Ashley has since deleted the tweet and deleted the link to her account.
The Latticoin vulnerability was exploited by Russian hacking group known as Fancy Bear.
“As we’ve seen in the past with the recent Lattices exploit, the attackers can use a number of different tactics to exploit the vulnerability,” said Ashley Williams, who was a model for eight years and has appeared on a number from Vogue to Vogue.
The model’s social media posts and her blog posts about modeling suggest she may have been targeted by Russian hackers.
She is not alone.
Many models have been exploited and many of them are being exploited now.
This has been happening since the summer of 2015, when Russian hackers used a similar Latticed exploit to take over the accounts of a number, including Ariana Grande and Taylor Swift.