In 2015, someone hacked his account and posted a number of Tweets that poked fun and both his business and Shkreli himself.
Lauren Duca mentioned that Martin Shkreli has been photoshopping photos of her and he said that she was dating her. This came after Duca's essay "Trump is Gaslighting America" went viral last month.
The only one who did not want to comment on this matter was, of course, Martin Shkreli. Shkreli then tweeted about trying to date her, and he sent her an invitation on Thursday to attend Trump's January 20 inauguration as his guest. Duca responded by publicly posting his message and writing, "I would rather eat my own organs".
Shkreli told TheDC that Duca and her fans will "get what they want" with his suspension. Shkreli's account has been suspended.
Unfortunately, much of the attention was sexist nonsense from Twitter trolls - including Martin Shkreli. He also swapped his avatar and cover photos for grossly photoshopped collages, one featuring his face over Duca's husband's.
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Shkreli came to fame after he was vilified for purchasing the rights to a cancer treatment drug called Daraprim and raising the price almost 5,000 percent.
Duca tweeted screenshots of Shkreli's profile to Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey at 10:55 a.m. EST on Sunday, January 7 and Shkreli's account was suspended roughly two hours later.
Duca appealed directly to Twitter founder Jack Dorsey to take harassment of women on the platform seriously.
In a statement to the Verge just before his suspension, Shkreli sad he didn't believe his actions should be considered harassment because Duca hadn't asked him to stop.
He was arrested in December on allegations of securities fraud and stepped down as the head of Turing Pharmaceuticals. A similar case was reported against Milo Yiannopoulos after Leslie Jones of "Ghostbusters" fame reported of being harassed by him which resulted in account banning. His behavior was gross and invasive, and it wasn't even the first time he'd acted creepily toward a female journalist on Twitter. Critics have said not enough is being done to protect its users.