Oh shit. The one with Vlad and that crowd? *Never* sign on at that place. They had that deal where you sign in with your WoT username, and it takes you to the WG site for validation. Seemed to be the usual deal, so I thought nothing of it. Posted a couple things laughing at them because they literally had videos and articles bitching about me personally, somehow, which was doubly hilarious because I'm not anybody in the world of WoT and never was, apart from being "that guy that used to post a lot at the official forums."
Didn't play WoT for about a month, and logged in to find a couple of my tanks sold, including one premium tank and the E 100, my recent WR and WN8 tanked, plus several posts made under my username at the official forums. Deleted the bogus forum posts, filed a ticket with WG letting them know about that blog and their forum, and got the premium tank restored.
If I were more internet-savvy and actually cared, I'd have found some legal recourse, but I said fuck it and just laughed at them for it.
Don't underestimate the salty sorts. I've observed this sort of thing in various entertainment industries, from video games to comics to fantasy role playing gaming, and there's idiots out there that will get serious about it. An indie comics publisher recently got swatted, and it all started because he retweeted somebody about a year ago. I'm nobody and I still work to keep my real name 100% separate from this username because of people like that...and as the creator of Wotlabs, you never know what asshat baddie is gonna carry a grudge against you personally.