Yiannopoulos made a remark in 2016 which appeared to endorse gay sex between 13-year-old boys and adult men. It was then that the publisher decided he was too volatile and that it would be a wise business decision not to publish his book--that's their right and they are under no obligation to go beyond the $250,000 cash advance.
"I am suing Simon & Schuster for $10 million," Yiannopoulos said in a livestream promoting Milo Inc., his new venture. "I want to send them a message that they can never again do this to a libertarian or a conservative."
Interesting how he wants to force Simon & Schuster to publish his (symbolic) "gay wedding cake" which goes against the free trade and free association philosophy he pretends to espouse as a conservative/libertarian.
Yiannopoulos lost a primo speaking event at CPAC over the pederasty statement but he announced last month that he raised $12 million for his new business venture and plans to publish his book through his own label, called Dangerous Books.
He also plans to begin a new nationwide college tour he calls "Troll Academy."
I stand behind the publisher's right not to take him on as a client, but I believe the advance he received is his.
Finally, Milo now refers to Simon & Schuster as a leftist organization, but let's remember, he was going to have them publish his book and they agreed to it, so how far left are they really?
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