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A hacker who gained access to Jessica Alba's Twitter account posted offensive tweets to the star's nine million followers on Sunday. Around a dozen racist, sexist and homophobic tweets were live on Alba's feed for several hours before being deleted. The tweets started early on Sunday morning and continued, staying live on the year-old's feed for several hours before they were removed. There were also numerous racial slurs, and praise for Nazi Germany: "Heil Hitler he did nothing wrong. Wish I could nap- off to work! There was also a misogynistic tweet saying women should be grateful if they are raped: "Listen up women, there is a reason why god made men stronger than you.
Sin City star endured a rocky start from being bullied at school to targeted by old men. Jessica Alba was one of the biggest stars of the noughties after appearing in a string of Hollywood blockbusters. The year-old became a pin-up after her appearance in dance movie Honey and was the leading lady in Sin City and Fantastic Four. The actress has taken a step back from the spotlight in recent years - founding The Honest Company and becoming a proud mother of three. Jessica was on the set of her first show Flipper in when she started receiving strange calls.
Jessica Alba hates doing sex scenes in movies In their first joint interview, the married couple discussed her steamy sessions in film, and Cash admitted he was jealous There's no way you're not gonna enjoy hooking up with him. Throughout her career, Jessica has enjoyed —- or rather, not enjoyed —- on-screen romances with many of Hollywood's leading hunks In the rom-com "Some Kind of Beautiful" Pierce plays an English professor who gets undergrad student Jessica pregnant; in the crime thriller "Sin City", Jessica develops romantic feelings for the aged detective played by Willis, who rescued her from being raped and murdered as a child.