Gazza's torment after hackers stole social media ID 'to send pervy texts to models'

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Pranksters sent messages begging models for sex.

In one, they told Grace Teal they “needed” a romp – leaving her feeling “like a whore”.

Grace, 32, was mortified to receive the message from the England star’s Twitter account in May and couldn’t believe it was the man she’d met at a charity event a year earlier.

But it soon transpired the message hadn’t been sent by Gazza, 52, and he was quick to feel sorry for Grace’s plight.

Speaking exclusively to the Daily Star, his manager Shane Whitfield said: “This whole episode has been utter torment for him, but he’s pulled through and is so glad it’s finally over. An investigation’s been launched and we hope whoever is res-ponsible is caught.”

Mum-of-one Grace, who starred in the Channel 5 show Gypsies Next Door, said she felt terrible for Gazza when she discovered what had happened.

 

She added: “I wouldn’t wish that on anyone. Gazza is such a genuinely nice bloke and I couldn’t believe it was him.

“When I found out he’d been hacked it all made sense.”

The news came as it was revealed Gazza had a lucky escape when he backflipped over his quad bike after hitting a boulder in Spain.

He suffered a broken thumb and cuts.

He is spending time in Benidorm as part of a speaking tour which will be heading to Scotland next month.

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