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Radhe Maa's website hacked, her photos in miniskirt posted

Controversial self-styled 'godwoman' Radhe Maa's official website www.radhemaa.com was hacked by an anonymous hacker on Saturday.

india Updated: Aug 09, 2015 08:46 IST
HT correspondent
Radhe Maa
Radhe Maa

Controversial godwoman Radhe Maa's official website www.radhemaa.com was hacked on Saturday by an anonymous hacker who posted photos of her clad in a red miniskirt and boots that recently went viral.

The hacker, who called himself Santya Haxor, posted several pictures of Radhe Maa. Besides the ones depicting her in miniskirt, there were photos that purportedly showed her embracing two men.

Sanjeev Gupta, managing trustee of Mamtamai Shree Radhe Guru Maa charitable trust, told Hindustan Times the site had been hacked sometime on Saturday. "This is animosity against Radhe Maa," he said.

A screen grab of the website before it was hacked

http://www.hindustantimes.com/Images/popup/2015/8/hacked1.jpg

(Photo: Screen grab taken by webarchive.org a few days before the site was hacked)



Screen grab of the website after it was hacked on Saturdayhttp://www.hindustantimes.com/Images/popup/2015/8/hacked2.jpg

(Photo: Screen grab from Radhemaa.com after it was hacked on Saturday)



Twitter user Rahul M, an independent journalist based out of Anantapur, saw the message left by the anonymous hacker on the contact page of the site early on Saturday morning.



The message read as follows:



Website ****** by Santya Haxor



***** *** Radhe maa. Stop fooling innocent people.



A screen shot of the message left by the hackerhttp://www.hindustantimes.com/Images/popup/2015/8/hacked4.jpg



The hacker alleged in his message that Radhe Maa was running a scandal that "traps innocent women". He also claimed she had "no relation with illumination".



The hacker’s message posted on the contact page was later removed by the site’s admin.