Since the tweets were deleted soon, people are figuring out that it may be the case of hacking.
Bennington was married twice and has six children.
The huge fan following that Chester has been enjoying was because most of us understood what he was singing, and there was a connection born out of empathy.
He also wrote on his Instagram account and told his followers that he had spent lots of fun times with Chester in the studio over the years, but now he is disgusted by his decision to take his own life like this.
Petersen said they could count on Bennington and his wife for support at a moment's notice.
"Shocked and heartbroken, but it's true", Shinoda, who co-founded Linkin Park in 1996, wrote. The band was slated to go on tour next week.
"There have been times on this record when I've just been like, screw those guys, like, I don't trust anybody". Overall he made seven albums with the band and was currently on a tour for his latest album. In 2007, a woman named Devon Townsend pleaded guilty to targeting the couple via government computers.
"This is something we don't normally do".
The messages from the hacker, which are not being publicised, appeared on Talinda's Twitter page.
The news, first reported by TMZ, came just hours after Linkin Park released a music video for "Talking To Myself" off the band's 2017 album, "One More Light". Law enforcement officials say Bennington apparently hanged himself in his bedroom. Mr Bennington had written emotionally about the death of seminal Soundgarden vocalist Chris Cornell in May.