Soon after people got the news of Chester Bennington death, his wife’s twitter account got hacked. Chester was found hanging in Los Angeles in his private residence. Hours after his death news broke; hackers targeted his wife’s twitter account and posted a series of five vile messages.
The foul tweets, which have since been deleted, allege infidelity and made disturbing claims surrounding the nature of Bennington’s tragic death.
A series of tweets were posted one after the other. Within few minutes three of the tweets made from Chester wife’s twitter account was deleted. But after a short while, a fourth tweet showed up and was almost immediately deleted. About 30 minutes later, a fifth tweet was posted.
Fans of Chester kept a close eye on his wife’s account to see if something related to his death is posted. But what followed by beyond their expectations, something they never imagined just after few hours of his death.
In the first tweet, Talinda wrote that her husband didn’t commit suicide. The tweet said that she “had proof” that he was already “dead” (It was spelled “did” which can be a proof that her account was hacked).
The second tweet that followed was also vile. It said that Talinda had been cheating on her husband with Linkin Park band member Mike Shinoda.
The third tweet that was posted just after few minutes. Chester wife claimed that she “never really loved” Chester Bennington. Her tweet read, “I just was in love with the money.”