Milo Yiannopoulos says two more famous women will shock Hollywood and reveal their sexual harassers in his soon-to-be released book ‘Despicable’.
The right-wing firebrand made the revelation to Daily Mail Australia this week on the day he announced his latest book – the second he has written – while on his Australia tour.
Yiannopoulos said two big name celebrities will drop bombshells in the book, while he will also talk about his own experiences of sexual harassment and the recent Harvey Weinstein scandal.
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Milo Yiannopoulos (pictured) says two more famous women will shock Hollywood and reveal their sexual harassers in his soon-to-be released book ‘Despicable’
Yiannopoulos said two big celebrities will drop bombshells in the book which comes after the recent Harvey Weinstein (pictured) scandal
‘It’s a book about sex crimes in Hollywood. People have asked me a lot about it. I will be talking about my own experiences in the book, which I’ve mentioned previously,’ Yiannopoulos said.
‘But unlike my other ones the focus of this book isn’t me, the focus is Hollywood and how it got itself into the Weinstein and Kevin Spacey mess.
‘I can tell you that in my book I have two famous people that will be naming names. A music star and one from TV.
‘They haven’t spoken to anybody else, they don’t trust anyone in mainstream media and will only speak to me.’
Yiannopoulos, who is currently on a tour of Australia, said: ‘It’s a book about sex crimes in Hollywood’
At his Perth show on Saturday night, Yiannopoulos drew a moustache on one fans lip which he plans to get tattooed
Adding to the assortment of colourful tattoos across his face, the man will now have ‘milo’ on his top lip
Claiming it will expose ‘the sordid, sexually-abusive, hypocritical world of Hollywood’ Yiannopoulos said he has no doubt it will ruffle more than a few feathers.
The controversial mischief maker is currently talking to sold out crowds in all corners of Australia as part of his Milo Live tour.
While more than 12,000 people have bought tickets to see him live, hundreds more are expected to will stand outside and protest him being in the country.
His views have seen him labelled sexist, racist, homophobic and anti-Semitic, while he has also previously claimed that ‘feminism is cancer’.
And while many are praising the brave women who have come forward to name their abusers as part of the #MeToo campaign, Yiannopoulos claims it’s ‘only going to make things worse’.
While Meryl Streep (pictured) and many others are praising the women who have named their abusers as part of the #MeToo campaign, Yiannopoulos claims it’s ‘only going to make things worse’
Yiannopoulos began his talking tour recently in Adelaide, with shows to come across the rest of Australia in coming weeks
‘Hollywood is going to be a smoldering crater in just a few years times,’ he said.
‘It’s going to take five or ten years for it to recover and the thing is it’s going to make things worse for women because they won’t get hired.
‘We’ve got Meryl Streep crowing it’s going to make life better for women, it won’t – it will be much much worse.’
The political commentator’s last book ‘Dangerous’ reached number on on Amazon’s list of best-sellers.