PAUL Gascoigne’s Twitter account was hacked and sent lewd messages begging models for sex, it has been reported.
Prankster’s are said to have sent messages to TV star Grace Teal from the 52-year-old ex-footballer‘s account saying they “needed” a romp to leave her feeling “like a w***e”.
The 32-year-old, who starred in the Channel 5 show Gypsies Next Door, said she was mortified to receive such an inappropriate message from the England star’s account in May.
The pair had previously met at a charity event last year.
Gazza was reportedly tormented for months by pranksters before it transpired he never send the rude messages.
Shane Whitefield, the footballer’s manager, told the Daily Star: “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 responsible is caught.”
Mum-of-one Grace said she felt sorry for the former Tottenham star after learning what had happened.
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She also told the tabloid: “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 Sun Online has contacted Gascoigne’s representatives for comment.
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