Award-winning porn star Gina Lynn can safely say she has one fan too many.

One or several hackers recently got access to the Penthouse cover model’s Twitter account, @theginalynn, and pulled just about every nasty trick in the book.

On Saturday, her account started posting racist and pro-Nazi tweets, like: “I hate n***ers” and “I like Nazi Germany.”

Her hacker also “doxed” her—meaning he linked to a free, open document filled with what’s purported to be her personal information, including her real name, the last digits of her credit cards and Social Security number, home address, common passwords, and complete address book.

@theginalynn had, at a recent count, over 27,000 followers. Her account has since been deleted, but some of its tweets are still available via the analytics website Topsy.

At one point, Lynn’s hacker explained a motive: “I enjoy the rage. Almost everyone is lying if they say they wouldn't accept access to something they shouldn't be able to.”

At another point, the account seemed to be in a tug-of-war:

“I finally got my Twitter back...Yeah! What a nightmare,” it posted around  6 p.m. Tuesday.

“Ok slut, stop acting like you got a big victory,” it posted two hours later. “Just for fun, I've taken it again.”

Lynn told the New York Post that the hacker offered to return the account if she spoke with him for 30 minutes on Skype, but she declined.

“I have no idea who [the hacker is],” she said. “Maybe a disgruntled fan? Sometimes they can get very weird.”

Photo via @Penthouse