Porn and Music Delay Bond Hearing For Tampa Twitter Hacker

August 5, 2020

By: Staff Report

TAMPA, Fla.- A judge had to suspend the Zoom virtual hearing for alleged twitter hacker, Graham Clark, after pornographic images and loud music interrupted the virtual hearing.

Clark’s attorney filed a motion to lower the current $750,000 bond when the music started playing on the zoom call and pornographic images were displayed by hackers.

Graham Clark 17, HCSO

Clark faces 30 felony charges for scamming people across America, perpetuating the “Bit-Con” hack of prominent Twitter accounts including Bill Gates, Barack Obama, and Elon Musk on July 15, 2020.

The specific charges Clark faces are:

ORGANIZED FRAUD (OVER $50,000) – 1 count

COMMUNICATIONS FRAUD (OVER $300) – 17 counts

FRAUDULENT USE OF PERSONAL INFORMATION (OVER $100,000 OR 30 OR MORE VICTIMS) – 1 count

FRAUDULENT USE OF PERSONAL INFORMATION – 10 counts

ACCESS COMPUTER OR ELECTRONIC DEVICE WITHOUT AUTHORITY (SCHEME TO DEFRAUD) – 1 count

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