New York Giants defensive end Avery Moss was victimized by a cyberattack on his social media accounts on Monday.
According to ESPN, his Twitter account was hacked and published nude photos and videos. Less than 30 minutes after those posts were published, NFL security got involved and the posts were deleted.
ESPN also reported that an email account and Venmo account was also hacked.
Last week, Moss tweeted his Instagram account was hacked.
"Since my Instagram got hacked, guess I gotta learn how to use Twitter now," he wrote on Twitter on Friday.
Since my Instagram got hacked guess I gotta learn how to use Twitter now— Avery Moss (@AveryMoss) June 1, 2018
Moss was a fifth-round pick by the Giants in the 2017 NFL Draft from Youngstown State and totaled 14 tackles in 14 games as a rookie. He began his career at Nebraska before leaving the school due to a public indecency charge from a 2012 incident.