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Man Sues Porn Star for Not Being His Twitter Buddy

| 9 May 2012 20:55
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Japanese adult actress Aoi Sora has one very determined Twitter fan.

If you use Twitter, it's probably a safe bet that you follow a handful of famous people who will never, ever follow you back. Perhaps it's @BarackObama, with his 15 million followers, or @LadyGaga with her 23 million. Perhaps it's our very own @YahtzeeCroshaw - regardless of who it is, these people will likely never be your Twitter friends and that's okay. Unless you're a Japanese man in his 40s with an unsettling obsession with porn star Aoi Sora, that is.

According to the Tokyo Reporter, the man, who claims to be an education writer, has sued to have the Twitter account of the Big Tits Zombie actress taken down. As far as anyone can figure, his grievance with the star of Repeated Death, Grand Orgasm has nothing to do with objections to potentially-inappropriate material, and everything to do with her ignoring his repeated requests for her to follow him as well.

Via multiple accounts, the educator repeatedly asked Ms. Sora, who has appeared in adult videos like A Life With Sora is Filled With Sex 24 Hours! to contact him on Twitter, with missives like:

"I am a fan of yours; please follow me," "Please consider following," "How's work? Your English is getting better. Please follow me," and, in the end, he wrote in English, "Please follow me."

The man in question claims he was attempting to contact the actress to unearth the truth behind a minor controversy regarding her Chinese fans. Though Twitter is blocked in the People's Republic, Sora has found fame there as a mainstream celebrity. When Chinese fans discovered her Twitter account in April, many of them downloaded software to circumvent the Great Firewall. Others were suspicious that the account was truly Ms. Sora's instead of an imposter.

Given that the man had been making similar requests of other celebrities beyond the actress who starred in Complete Obedience - Masochist Secretary, though, that alibi doesn't hold up.

Source: TokyoReporter & MSNBC

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