Bloated new media diva Mario Lavandeira, aka Perez Hilton, no longer has a home on YouTube. The day after a video he posted of a drunk, drugged-up Liza Minnelli was removed from the site for violating its copyright infringement policy, Hilton had a second account banned when he "posted a very critical video about their practices." Sayeth Perez on his blog: "Bullshit!!!!!! Ughhh. We have always been the biggest YouTube supporter and fan. We're heartbroken by their mismanagement of this whole situation."
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We can only hope the backlash against Lavanderia continues in small incremenents—first YouTube, then The View, then MTV, then the entire Internet—until one day we can all peacefully reside in a world that has been wiped clean of every last trace of Hilton's extraordinarily loathsome, traffic-hogging existence.
Not that that's likely to happen anytime soon. Forbes just named Perez the most popular man on the web in 2007.