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Hi Jeremy Renner app. Bye, Jeremy Renner app



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It's been about a day since Dizmodo's Deadspin sister site informed the world that for some reason actor Jeremy Renner has a fan app, also called "Jeremy" ”- and also that they absolutely ruined said app by mentioning“ porn ”in it. Now Jeremy Renner is gone.

In a message to his fans on Jeremy Renner on Wednesday, Jeremy Renner announced that he was pulling Jeremy Renner's plug.

"The application jumped from the shark. Literally, ”writes Jeremy Renner, whose recent mistakes clearly go beyond the abuse of the word“ literally ”.

"Because of clever people who were able to manipulate ways of presenting themselves to me and others in the application I requested ESCAPEX, the company that manages this application immediately shut it down and reimburse anyone who purchased stars through the last 90 days, "Jeremy Renner added. "What was supposed to be a place for fans to connect with each other has become a place that is everything I feel and can't or don't want to justify myself."

Jeremy Renner's "clever" identity trick is that apparently nothing prevents the trolls from creating Jeremy Renner's fake Jeremy Renner profiles and that all the messages generated by Jeremy Renner seems to come from Jeremy Renner. Here's how Deadspin author Stefan Heck accidentally triggered Jeremy Renner's apocalypse: When these two facts became widely known, Jeremy Renner was flooded with fake Jeremy Reners, publishing how much Jeremy Renner loves pornography. (In addition, someone pretended to be Jeremy Renner's Casey Anthony .)

Deadspin contributor Stefan Heck releases the word "porn
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Deadspin contributor Stefan Heck is aware that the announcements from Jeremy Renner have been flagged even though they came from Jeremy Renner.
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Screenshot of Deadspin authors by Stefan Heck on the ensuing wave of fake Jeremy Renner profiles. [19659010] Screenshot: Deadspin

Jeremy Renner launched in early 2017 and according to Ringer was immediately overrun by trolls in the coming months. (The other Jeremy Renner started in 1971) At the time, Jeremy Renner business manager Christopher Winters told Ringer that Jeremy Renner would double the heavier moderation of content (emphasizing ours):

"Not censorship. I would not say censorship. It's just that if someone says something to someone that sucks, we decide to block them, "Winters said. "If one does not like Jeremy [Renner] he should not like Jeremy [Renner]. But this does not mean that we should publish their comments in its appendix [Jeremy Renner]. They can go to a hundred other places and say something negative. "

Obviously the trolls did not decide to go to a hundred other places, and instead decided to continue to annoy Jeremy Renner to Jeremy Renner.

To summarize, in this case, it's confusing: Jeremy Renner's Jeremy Renner was flooded with fake Jeremy Reners notifying Jeremy Renner about porn that prompted Jeremy Renner to shut down Jeremy Renner.

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