'Ghostbusters' Star Leslie Jones Quits Twitter After Online Harassment

Actress Leslie Jones announced on Twitter overnight that she's leaving the popular social media platform, citing a barrage of online harassers.
0:41 | 07/20/16

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Leslie Jones one of the stars of the new ghostbusters movie says she's quitting Twitter after online control center a barrage of racist tweets so Jones-Drew heated. Casey and I least weather tonight with tears in a very sad heart and all this because I did a movie you can hate the movie. But the blank I got today is wrong. But now thanks to ghostbusters director Paul thief who created a hash tag love for Leslie day. Other celebrities including Margaret Cho and William Shatner. Are showing their support for her on foot dance training quite a bit as well. It's sort of by the way has now banned the conservative blogger who's accused of leading them on line of the few cities have come back to seven messages yeah finally.

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