The Twitter account of award-winning national security reporter Sara Carter was hacked on Jan. 22.
Carter has been at the forefront in reporting on the Trump dossier produced by Fusion GPS and the role it played in the 2016 elections.
She has reported extensively on the potential abuse of FISA warrants that took place during the election campaign.
Most recently she reported on a memo produced by House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes on potential FISA abuses.
“Sarah Carter’s Twitter account (SaraCarterDC) has been compromised. Tweets as of 1/22 are not those of Sara Carter. We’re working on resolving this issue,” read a message on Carter’s website.
In a separate message on Facebook, Carter wrote that her account had been hacked from Istanbul, Turkey.
“Please do not click on any links sent to any followers in the DM. I still don’t have control of my account,” she wrote.