Netflixs Most Hated Man On The Internet back on Twitter leaving users fuming

Twitter users have expressed their anger that Hunter Moore – the subject of Netflix's The Most Hated Man On The Internet – is on Twitter.

The 36-year-old was at the centre of a scandal a few years back over his revenge porn website Is Anyone Up?

He ended up being jailed for two-and-a-half years and the streaming service has since made a three-part documentary about him, that's going down a storm with viewers.

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An account in Hunter's name is still active on Twitter, although it doesn't appear to be a verified account, and some people reckon it shouldn't be allowed.

One posted on Twitter: "He should have been banned on all socmed platforms."

Another said: "Can we work on getting @_iamhuntermoore banned from @Twitter he shouldn’t be allowed back on here."

"Why is the extremely vile @_iamhuntermoore allowed to have a 'safe space' on @Twitter?" asked another.

"How is this dude still online?" asked someone else.

Hunter's notorious website was live from 2010 until 2012, when it was sold to an anti-bullying group.

The site allowed users to submit explicit photos of other people (often without their permission) and they were sometimes uploaded with details such as the people's social media profiles.

A woman named Charlotte Laws, whose daughter was among the victims, helped provide evidence and take Hunter down.

In 2015 he pleaded guilty to felony charges of aggravated identity theft and aiding and abetting in the unauthorised access of a computer and he was handed a prison sentence.

Earlier this year, Hunter spoke out following another documentary about him.

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He said the programme made him look bad and didn't mention a lot of the "good s***" he'd done, saying he'd donated a lot of money.

He has been quoted as saying: "Look guys, I did my time behind bars. Living my life peacefully now, it's been a decade about what happened.

"Some of you loved me and most of you hated me. If you want me to apologise well I wouldn't. I don't owe anyone anything."


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