Cara Delevingne Deletes Tweet About Ashley Benson Split Amid Hack

Cara Delevingne's official account tweeted "Me and Ashley broke up," leading some fans to wonder if she'd called it quits with Ashley Benson. But was her account hacked?

By Elyse Dupre Dec 10, 2019 1:03 PMTags
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Cara Delevingne is causing quite the stir on social media.

On Tuesday, the 27-year-old model's official Twitter account shared a message that read "Me and Ashley broke up." While the tweet was quickly deleted, it left many fans wondering if the Carnival Row star had called it quits with Ashley Benson

Soon, followers noticed some suspicious activity via Delevingne's account. According to social media users' screenshots, Delevingne's Twitter account also shared messages about giving away free iPhones and creating a new private Instagram account. Social media sleuths also noticed that Benson's first name was misspelled in one of the tweets. These posts have also been deleted.

E! News has since learned that Delevingne's account was hacked. Benson has yet to react to Delevingne's tweets via any of her social channels. 

Delevingne and the 29-year-old actress sparked romance rumors in 2018; however, the two didn't confirm their relationship until 2019. During a June interview with E! News at the TrevorLIVE Gala, Delevingne spoke about the decision to share their relationship with their fans.

 "I don't know," she said, "Because, again, it is Pride; it's been 50 years since Stonewall happened and, I don't know, it's been just a bit over our year anniversary. So, why not?" 

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Delevingne also reflected on her hesitancy to talk about her love life with the press during a recent interview with Elle.

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"Because it's sacred," she told the magazine when asked about the topic. "I get why people care so much, and I don't want to be so secretive that people think I'm ashamed of anything. But I've never been in a relationship where things are so public, or where I posted pictures of someone else. This seemed different. We had gotten to the point where we had kept it a secret, or at least not wanted attention, and now I feel like I'm not going to not be proud. Which isn't the same thing as wanting to pose on a red carpet together, either. People make their own assumptions and that's what worried me. Because if it is something that is so good, you don't ever want anyone to ever change it, even though people shouldn't have that power."

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