Someone Hacked Into Drug Company CEO Martin Shkreli's Twitter Account

by Alexandra Svokos

The Internet's most hated man, Martin Shkreli, seemingly got another dose of karma on Sunday when his Twitter account was hacked.

You may remember Shkreli as that jackass who raised the price of a life-saving drug for pregnant women and people with malaria and AIDS, among others, from $13.50 to $750 per pill.

If that doesn't ring a bell, maybe you heard about him when he bought Wu-Tang Clan's one-of-a-kind album for $2 million.

Shkreli is now getting his comeuppance. Last week, he was arrested by federal agents for fraud.

And over the weekend, the Internet took its revenge by hacking into his Twitter account.

Shkreli's YouTube and Reddit accounts were also apparently hacked. He told New York Daily News he was "still trying to dig [himself] out" of the hackings.

No word on if anyone will actually help him do so.

Citations: Martin Shkreli's social media accounts hacked, posting vulgar messages days after his arrest (New York Daily News)