Howard Stern’s private eyes may just be watching you. On Tuesday’s satellite radio broadcast, Stern revealed that he has hired a private investigator to look into the personal lives of people who have been cyberbullying him on Twitter.
Stern’s co-host Robin Quivers was referencing a new survey that says that most children today are subjected to cyberbullying, when Stern revealed that he’s taken action against those harassing him online:
“I’m subjected to cyberbullying every day on that Twitter,” said Stern. “I got a guy now who’s finding out the real names and occupations of what the people do who bully me. I’m kind of a fighter, so—there’s this one dude, 36-years-old from California. I’m looking into him now, and there’s a couple of others. I’m just going to learn about them and find out what makes them tick and what they do. I’m all about that. I’ll go to war with anyone. I’m a warrior. Let’s do it.”
Stern joined Twitter in 2011, and frequently uses his feed to share sexy photos of his wife Beth Ostrosky Stern. The King of All Media revolutionized Twitter a few months after joining up when he spontaneously began live tweeting a replay of his 1997 film “Private Parts” one night when it was playing on HBO.
Stern currently has just over 1.4 million followers on Twitter. Follow Howard Stern on Twitter here
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