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The Shocking Secret Past of One of QAnon's Most Toxic Stars - 2020-07-24

F375.png The Shocking Secret Past of One of QAnon's Most Toxic Stars July 24, 2020, Will Sommer, Daily Beast

Trash-talking QAnon conspiracy theorist Tommy Gelati has a long list of celebrities he thinks belong in prison—or who might secretly be there already.

Using a verified Twitter account with more than 230,000 followers and a hugely popular podcast, Gelati, who goes by the alias "Tommy G" online, has whipped up QAnon conspiracy theory mobs against celebrities like Chrissy Teigen and companies like online furniture store Wayfair. He promises that prominent figures in the Democratic Party and Hollywood will soon be arrested in a wave of that mass detention QAnon believers call "The Storm."

He's claimed that top celebrities torture children for "adrenochrome," a substance conspiracy theorists believe contains magical life-giving powers. After Tom Hanks contracted the coronavirus, Gelati began speculating that Hanks's recent haircut proved that he was secretly hosting Saturday Night Live from prison.

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{{cite news | first = Will | last = Sommer | author2 = William Bredderman | title = The Shocking Secret Past of One of QAnon's Most Toxic Stars | url = https://www.thedailybeast.com/qanon-star-tommy-gelati-has-a-conviction-for-bank-robbery | work = Daily Beast | date = July 24, 2020 | accessdate = July 24, 2020 }}