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Girlfriend's Website/Accounts got hacked -> How to find the culprit?

So early in the morning we settled a great deal of emotional issues that almost caused us to break up. One of the items involved was her feelings towards law school. I tell her that no matter what, she should just attend class. Ok.

So when she gets out of class, she calls me with a cold voice. She said that -something- happened in class. Something involving some infiltration of her school account? I have no clue at this point. But at the same time, her private video game blog, that is known to only a few people, was hacked into -> (Registrar Status:clientTransferProhibited)? Registration updated Today. I am looking at DomainTools but since I cannot even hack myself out of a box, I have no clue what it all means. The owner is now:

Registrar:
N4892 Nassau
Bahamas
Tel: +852.81720004

Domain Status: Registered and Active Website
IP Location: Texas - Dallas - Theplanet.com Internet Services Inc
Response Code: 200

For the last while, people have been trying to get into her accounts. I think her facebook has been hacked into too, and maybe even hotmail. Now, I am completely innocent, but because of my wanting her to attend school today, and SOMETHING happened during school, she thinks that I am somehow associated with the culprit! Please help! What are some things that I can do to give me a clean slate?

Thank You

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