The actress is not having a baby boy, as a false Tweet claimed on Friday

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Twitter hackers continue going after the stars of Glee.

One day after actor Chris Colfer’s feed was poached with false news that he’d been fired from the show, Lea Michele was forced to fend off her own fake post, which claimed that she was pregnant.

“Before this gets out to the media, I would like to announce to my fans that I am pregnant. #babyboy,” read a Tweet posted on Michele’s feed on Friday. The actress’s rep, however, confirms to PEOPLE that her account was hacked. The Tweet has since been pulled down.

Michele, 27, is happily in a new relationship with Matthew Paetz, one year after the death of boyfriend and former Glee costar Cory Monteith.

Michele Tweeted posted a comment about the Twitter hoax on Friday, writing, “I was HACKED! Guess @chriscolfer and I should have known better then to make our passwords the names of our cats:)”

Colfer, 24, who was on a plane while his online drama ensued, also took his cyber attack in stride.

“Apparently I missed quite the INTERESTING day while aboard my flight,” he wrote after FOX issued a statement explaining he was still on the show.