A Long List Of Sports Figures Who've Also Claimed Their Twitter Was HackedBarry Petchesky and A.J. Daulerio6/07/11 2:25pmFiled to: Twitter Weinerstwitter hacksRoundupsAnthony WeinerChad OchocincoPaul PierceRon ArtestRich EisenWill HillAndray BlatcheEric Wynaldaray allenMark MadsenTito OrtizRoundup1161EditPromoteShare to KinjaToggle Conversation toolsGo to permalink As soon as Rep. Anthony Weiner first acknowledged his roiling Twitter-bulge scandal with a desperate "I've been hacked" defense last week, we knew he was guilty. "I've been hacked" is the first refuge of a cock-Tweeter. Weiner isn't the first to mistakenly send a private Twitter flirtation to a relative stranger. Here's a long list of very public sports figures who've been through similar ordeals. Some of the messages were sexual, some were surly, but all of these men proclaimed their innocence and denied responsibility for their social-media boners. Odds are, though, that just like the beleaguered Weiner, some of them were straight-up lying. Rich Eisen was not "so horny." He was hacked.