When Wilmer Valderrama’s twitter was hacked on July 3, the hacker posted horrible things about Demi Lovato, including calling her a “fat f*ckk.” After the mean hack, rumors swirled Demi and Wilmer broke up. Not true! They’re “unbreakable,” a source tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY.
Demi Lovato, 21, and her boyfriend Wilmer Valderrama hit the UFC 175 match together in Las Vegas, Nevada, on July 5 — and they looked more in love than ever. A source is telling all, only to us, about how these two are moving forward after a cruel online hack.
Demi Lovato & Wilmer Valderrama Break Up After Twitter Hack? The Truth Revealed
Don’t count Demi and Wilmer out — they’re still an item. “They were there and definitely together,” a source tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY about Demi and Wilmer’s date last night. “Everything was perfect with them, they just requested not to be photographed together.” The duo are trying to keep their PDA private!
“They watched the fights and they shared a lot of close cuddling PDA. They are unbreakable,” our source reveals. Phew! Regardless of the gossip that Wilmer may have known about his twitter hack, that’s totally not true.
“Wilmer was not part of the hack whatsoever, he would never do anything like that at all,” our source says. “The two are in love and they aren’t going to ruin it by posting something on Twitter so scandalous or reacting to it and making it a big deal.”
We’re so relieved to hear their love is only growing stronger everyday!
Inside Wilmer Valderrama’s Twitter Hack
Wilmer’s rep confirmed to HollywoodLife.com that Wilmer’s messages were ALL because of a hacker. In one post, the hacker posted a Powerpuff Girls meme with Demi’s name and the caption: “She’s fat as f*ckk.” In the photo, the supposed “Demi” character towers over three girls named Miley, Ariana and Selena.
On top of that, the hacker posted both topless and nude photos that they claimed to allegedly be Demi.
Are YOU happy Demi and Wilmer are still together, HollywoodLifers? Let us know!
— Written by Megan Ross, Reporting by Russ Weakland