May 30, 2016  

AnnaLynne McCord Confronted Twitter Faker

June 15, 2010 (6:01 am) GMT
Unhappy that she was not able to register on Twitter because her name has been taken, the actress went on asking what 'AnnaLynne' was doing.

Actress is fuming after discovering an impostor registered a Twitter.com page in her name to con fans. The "" star was stunned when she tried to join the social networking website earlier this year, only to find she couldn't register her name because the moniker was already in use by an overzealous fan.

She says, "A lot of my friends in young Hollywood deal with the Twitter and Facebook impersonators. I know imitation is the highest form of flattery but stealing one's identity is totally different. It is illegal - and I don't even have my own name as my Twitter account because somebody already had it."

And McCord was shocked by the nasty reaction she received when she attempted to expose her online fakes: "She (impostor) was like, 'Who is that b**ch?... I am Annalynne!' And I'm like, really? What is Annalynne doing right now?"

TODAY'S HEADLINES

  1. Chris Brown Sued for Allegedly Stealing a Fan's Hat at Concert
  2. Listen to Previews of Justin Bieber's Remix of Drake's 'One Dance'
  3. Take a Look at Ciara's Exotic Vacation in Mexico With Russell Wilson and Son Future
  4. Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson's Daughter Impressed With His Tattoo
  5. Artist of the Week: Fifth Harmony
  6. Johnny Depp Is 'Blackmailed' by 'Manipulative' Amber Heard, Says Friend Doug Stanhope
  7. Kim Kardashian Shows Off Her Curves in Cleavage-Baring Dress During Lunch With Kanye West
  8. 'Game of Thrones' 6.07 Preview: More Unexpected Returns