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Vulgar posts fill Disneyland's Instagram account after hack

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Posted at 9:33 AM, Jul 07, 2022

ANAHEIM, Calif. (KSTU) — Disneyland was definitely not "The Happiest Place on Earth" early Thursday, at least on social media.

The iconic theme park's Instagram account was hacked overnight and filled with vulgar and racist posts.

CBS Los Angeles and Newsweek report numerous posts were added to the account by a hacker who called himself "David Do." They were eventually taken down.

Disney has not commented on the hack.

The Instagram account currently has 8.4 million followers. It usually posts material featuring items from the Southern California theme park.

This story was originally reported by Jeff Tavss on