Roger Ebert Ryan Dunn

June 21, 2011 by Post Team 

Roger Ebert Ryan DunnRoger Ebert Ryan Dunn, Roger Ebert Facebook account was shut down briefly this morning after people complained of his charges in connection with Jackass star Ryan Dunn, who died Monday morning in a car accident along with his friend Zachary Hartwell after a night at a local West Chester, Pennsylvania bar. “Facebook has deleted my page answer, apparently, malicious allegations or two idiots,” Ebert wrote, “Facebook! My page is harmless and a value for you. Why remove it in answer to idiots Anonymous? It makes you look bad. ”

Facebook account reinstated Ebert after an hour and a social network spokesman said disciplinary action had been a mistake. Ebert had created a controversy when it published yesterday about the death of Dunn, “Friends do not let drinking and driving donkeys.” Tweet Ebert, who uses the title shows pejorative Dunn fans, many angry, and after the fair with the critics who thought their callous words, Ebert devoted an entire column on his blog today with the topic, clarifying your thoughts a way impossible when limited to 140 characters on Twitter. “First, I offer my condolences to the family and friends, Ryan Dunn, Zachary and Hartwell, who also died in the accident. I mean that sincerely. It is tragic to lose a loved one. I also regret that my tweet about the event was considered cruel. The intent was not so cruel. Is intended to be true. ”

Ebert keeps their tweets, but he seemed to appreciate how friends and family mourning Dunn perceived them. “I was probably too quick Twitter” he wrote. “That was improper.”

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