James Woods Reacted Pretty Nastily to the Death of Twitter User He Sued


james woodsJames Woods, the actor you either know from Casino, Hercules, Shark, or Twitchy, said some pretty nasty things on Twitter about the death of the anonymous Twitter user he sued.

See, last summer, Woods filed a $10 million lawsuit against Twitter used @abelisted. Why? Because Woods, who enjoys engaging in battles with people on Twitter, was outraged that this user tweeted at him “cocaine addict James Woods still sniffing and spouting.”

The lawsuit claimed that this tweet, along with others sent out by this particular user, “jeopardized Woods’ good name and reputation on an international scale.”

Yesterday on Twitter Woods celebrated a small legal victory:

Well, the Twitter user’s lawyer, Lisa Bloom, felt Woods was leaving some important information out and tweeted this back:

What followed was a pretty nasty whirlwind of tweets from Woods––some deleted––about the death of the person he used:

And these are the ones he deleted:


Jesus Christ. (And no, Woods hasn’t tweeted any kind of apology or anything.)

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