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Apparently Amber is involved in an MTV game show called Safe Word, where she had to give up her passwords to her social media to get points for her squad.
So it appears that someone who got the info and started tweeting from her account. The tweets are still live on her page 10 hours later.
FINA, however, have confirmed that he remains free to participate.
Just as you are able to surf the net with a few tricks to help make things easier, IRC is very similar.
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