According to Jake Nisse of the New York Post, Moss also had "many revealing pictures and videos" published online.
Moss also had his Twitter account hacked Monday, where the nude videos and photos of himself were published, as well as his email account.
According to Jordan Raanan of ESPN.com, "The hijackers blocked all the accounts that Moss had followed in an attempt to likely slow their reaction time to the attack. More videos and pictures followed before they were removed within approximately 30 minutes."
Moss' background makes Monday's hack and corresponding release of nude photos seem like an interesting twist of fate. He was dismissed from the Nebraska football program for reportedly exposing himself to a female student twice. He then transferred to Youngstown State.
"My true freshman year, I came in when I was 17, and I got charged with indecent exposure. I got dismissed for going into a dormitory hall that I was banned from for a year. It is what it is," he said in April 2017, per Ryan Dunleavy of NJ.com. "I waited to try to get back into the University of Nebraska. They shortly dismissed me, and then I went to the FCS and followed coach Bo (Pelini)."