A Florida teenager has been arrested and is accused of being behind the Twitter hack earlier this month that resulted in several prominent accounts posting messages as part of an apparent bitcoin scam.

Hillsborough State Attorney Andrew Warren filed 30 felony charges against the 17-year-old Tampa resident for “scamming people across America” in the high-profile hack, local NBC affiliate WFLA reported.

Warren told the outlet that the teenager was arrested by federal authorities on Friday and turned over to state officials, who have filed charges against him.

The state attorney said that the charges include organized fraud, communications fraud, identity theft and hacking. Prosecutors say the teenager garnered $100,000 in bitcoin in a single day.

"We appreciate the swift actions of law enforcement in this investigation and will continue to cooperate as the case progresses," Twitter said in a statement Friday. Read more at The Hill