Police warning after ‘True Geordie’ clear Instagram messages leak online

The Newcastle United fan and YouTube person was trending on Twitter after screen shots of Instagram messages posted.
Toon supporting YouTube person ‘True Geordie’ is these days at the center of a social media storm after specific personal messages apparently posted from his Instagram account were posted online.


The Newcastle blogger, whose real name is Brian Davis, is presently trending on Twitter after screenshots claiming to be messages from the 32-year-old surfaced this afternoon.


The content of the personal Instagram messages is just too clear to publish and the posts have sparked large reaction online.


Davis, from Newcastle, is well-known for ranting regarding Newcastle United on his blogs and has over 1.5m subscribers to his YouTube channel.


He hosts variety of podcasts regarding football and sport.


After the leak, Northumbria Police has urged social media users to be certain their devices are secure.


A spokesperson for the force said: “We would really like to remind everybody to ensure their devices are invariably kept secure and that passwords are kept safe and personal.
“If you think that you have been a victim of cybercrime or would really like additional data regarding staying safe online you can always contact police.”


Anyone who feels they need been a victim of cybercrime is urged to report it to police.