A Liberal MP could be banned from after hackers used her profile to share ‘very graphic’ links to pornography.
The explicit footage was shared to the profile of Victoria’s shadow health minister Georgie Crozier on July 1.
‘I had very graphic pornography images put up which obviously Facebook don’t take too lightly to,’ she told on Tuesday.
Ms Crozier said she also lost $1,800 after her credit details were stolen, and her , Facebook and https://bvespirita.com/ her WhatsApp were all shut down.
Her colleague David Southwick was also targeted and while his social media accounts weren’t promoting porn, he did have them disappear entirely.
The explicit footage was shared to the profile of Victoria’s shadow health minister Georgie Crozier on July 1
‘My MP page was again hacked yesterday,’ Ms Crozier said, adding she was ‘threatening a life ban’ from Facebook over the initial sexual posts.
The shadow health minister said she’d spoken to police but was hoping the attacks on her and Mr Southwick were ‘random’.
‘I didn’t see (the pornography), my staff did and they said it was very graphic,’ Ms Crozier added.
‘It is disturbing and it’s identity theft. People have to be ultra cautious with their passwords.’
Ms Crozier’s most recent hacking was a post that appeared to show her promoting a weight loss program.
‘Only on month, my change has amazed everyone,’ the fake post read.
‘The neighbours keep asking me how I did it. I can eat whatever I like and never have to go to the gym.’
Ms Crozier’s Facebook previously hacked – this time a fake post showed the MP promoting a weight loss program
Her Instagram account remains shut down while the dodgy posts have been removed.
‘I would hope it’s not politically driven. I would hope it’s just random but it is curious that both David and I were targeted,’ she said.
‘I think it’s a coincidence.’
Mr Southwick had his Facebook vanish for a week from July 3, after he and his team had done a social media campaign around healthcare.
‘It’s odd. Her (Ms Grozier) and I are vocal and out there on social media, and we’re the two whose pages magically disappear within two days of each other. It is very suss,’ he told .
‘It’s a low blow. I know politics is seen as a competitive sport, but this is not the way anyone should be behaving.
‘If this has been intentional from another political operative, there should absolutely be consequences because it’s appalling behaviour.’
Her colleague David Southwick was also targeted and while his social media accounts weren’t promoting porn, he did have them disappear entirely