Powerlifter Stefi Cohen Arrested After Allegedly Hacking Computer & Posting Another Women’s Nude Photos

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The powerlifter and boxer, Stefi Cohen allegedly hacked her ex-boyfriend’s computers and posted inappropriate photos of another woman.

Miami powerlifter and boxer Stefi Cohen was arrested on Tuesday after reportedly hacking her ex-boyfriend’s computer and posting nude photos of another woman, according to NBC Miami.

The 32-year-old athlete, who’s real name is Stefanie Cohen Magarici, is facing charges of sexual cyber-harassment, offenses against computer users, criminal mischief, and resisting arrest without violence.

The news outlet reported that an arrest report from March 2022 accessed her ex-boyfriend’s computer that was left behind in her house. She guessed the password to the man’s Apple iCloud account and found nude pictures of another women. She then saved the photos and distributed them through group chats.

The woman claims that Cohen told her she sent the photos “with the purpose of exposing and humiliating her,” according to the arrest report. The woman did not give consent to distribute photos.


Local10 reports that Cohen did not comply after being informed that she was being arrested and “began to walk at fast pace back to her residence.” Once she was placed in handcuff, Cohen began to “physically resist” including attempting to “sweep an officer off his feet.”

Stefi Cohen is a Doctor of Physical Therapy who co-owns the Hybrid Performance Method Gym in Miami. She has over one million followers on Instagram where she claims to have 25 powerlifting world records. This includes the world records in squat, deadlift, and total in the 52kg weight class. Cohen transitioned from powerlifting to boxing in 2021 and debuted with a knockout victory. She currently holds a record of 4-1-1.

Cohen was taken to the Turner Guilford Knight Correctional Center following her arrest. Jail records claim that she remained at the center on a $3,300 bond as of Wednesday morning.

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Greg Patuto
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