Miley Cyrus is terrified  her e-mails, personal information and racier pix will be leaked across the Internet after the FBI raided the home of a hacker who had broken into her computer.

Federal agents confiscated three computers, a phone, DVDs and other items from the apartment of 19-year-old Josh Holly of Murfreesboro, Tenn.

For months, Holly – who went by the screen name “TrainReq” – boasted on Internet blogs about how he’d stolen the 15-year-old performer’s e-mail password and obtained sexually suggestive photos that Miley had intended to send to her then-boyfriend, singer Nick Jonas of the Jonas Brothers.

Even though the FBI has shut down Holly, Miley is frantic that it might be too late – and that Holly may have already sent more her personal information to others, a source tells The ENQUIRER.

“She used that e-mail account on a daily basis to send Nick and several of her closest friends photos and letters,” continued the source.

“And there were several other accounts Miley used for e-mails, so she’s not exactly sure what Holly gained access to – and that’s what’s so deeply troubling to her.

“If there are more scandalous pictures, it could greatly impact her wholesome image. The whole thing is making Miley a nervous wreck.”

Last year, Holly attempted to sell several news organiza­tions steamy photos of Miley, including various poses in a wet T-shirt, bikini and underwear. When none would purchase the images because of how he ob­tained them, Holly began posting them on the Internet.

Holly confessed after the FBI showed up on his doorstep.

The contrite teen posted on his blog: “All of my idiotic doings have finally caught up with me. That is what I get for being an idiot and [boasting] about hacking.”