Milo Yiannopoulos Website Abruptly Shuts Down After Sale - 2019-10-18

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F46.png Milo Yiannopoulos Website Abruptly Shuts Down After Sale October 18, 2019, Jonathan Berr, Forbes

BOSTON, MA - AUGUST 31: Grand Marshall and Former Breitbart editor Milo Yiannopoulos waves from a ... (+) float during a Straight Pride Parade in Boston on Aug. 31, 2019. In dueling demonstrations about a mile apart, a Straight Pride Parade with a few hundred marchers holding small American flags stepped off at noon from Copley Square as a vocal counterprotest continued to grow at City Hall Plaza, the destination of the controversial march. (Photo by John Tlumacki/The Boston Globe via Getty Images) Boston Globe via Getty Images

Dangerous.com, a promotional website launched by Milo Yiannopoulos a few years ago, abruptly went offline over the weekend, a further indication of the reported financial woes of conservative provocateur.

A notice on the site says the site has been sold and is no longer "associated with its former owner." When reached by email for comment, the 34-year-old "declined to respond" to any questions. Yiannopoulos was Editor-At-Large at Dangerous.com, which featured work from other writers along with merchandise and funding appeals to his supporters.

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