February 13, 2013 3:43 PM EST
Miranda Kerr : A Victim of "E-Attack"
Victoria's Secret supermodel Miranda Kerr has confirmed reports that she was a victim of cyber hacking.
Shortly after joining a group of kids at Luna Park in Sydney, the Australian supermodel visited a cyber crime unit to report the hacking incident. As if warning not just the perpetrators but others to avoid the same incident, the 29-year-old model Victoria's Secret hottie took to Twitter and shared her experience.
She tweeted: "Just with the cyber crime unit. Whoever hacked my account, expect a knock on the door very soon."
Without providing exact details at which account, Miranda asserted that a "personal account has been compromised" and expressed hopes that the police could immediately investigate on the incident.
"We can't say much more than that other than we are definitely in close contact with senior members of the fraud and cyber crime squad but it does not involve any of her social networking accounts," Annie Kelly, a representative of Kerr was quoted as saying by The Daily Telegraph.
At another engagement today, Miranda said the being 'cyber bullied" is "not a very pleasant thing."
"It's one of those unpleasant things," she told Confidential, according to The Australian.
Miranda was again out and about at a breakfast launch at The Pacific in Bondi early today. The Australian said that she signed on as face for a particular shampoo product at least "just over a month." Check out the details here.
Miranda was last seen at the Luna Park Tuesday as she agreed to be the new face for Kids Help Line, an telephone and online counseling center that provide support for Australian ages between 5 and 25, who are facing youth-related difficulties.