Mia Farrow faces Twitter backlash for lion dentist’s address

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Cecil the lion: Mia Farrow tweets address of US dentist Walter Palmer.

NEW YORK (AP) – Mia Farrow took some Twitter heat Wednesday for joining other angry social media posters and blasting out the business address of the dentist who killed the beloved lion Cecil in Zimbabwe.U.S. actress and UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador Mia Farrow speaks to the media about her visit to the Central African Republic at the United Nations headquarters in New York, July 22, 2014. (Reuters) The 70-year-old screen star tweeted the Minnesota address of dentist Walter Palmer, who reportedly paid $50,000 to slay the beloved Zimbabwean lion during a hunting trip. “CecilTheLion -Gentle protector of 6 cubs.

Some apparently thought the actress had listed Walter Palmer’s home address in Eden Prairie, Minnesota, calling for her verified Twitter account to be suspended under the site’s terms of service. Farrow tweeted early on Thursday morning that she got a little “carried away” in her response to the lion’s death, which has turned Palmer into a target of international condemnation. He directed The Associated Press to official Twitter rules and policies that allow wiggle room on disciplinary action when information was previously posted or displayed elsewhere on the Internet prior to being put on Twitter. The Farrow account deleted the original missive amid the outrage questioning whether the intent was to ensure Palmer is physically tracked down by haters.

Farrow joins the long list of celebs taking aim at Palmer, including Olivia Wilde and Cara Delevingne, who tweeted, “This #WalterPalmer is a poor excuse of a human being!” Palmer has publicly apologized for the incident, telling the Minneapolis Star Tribune that he “deeply regrets” killing “a known local favorite.” To my knowledge, everything about this trip was legal and properly handled and conducted,” he wrote. “I had no idea that the lion I took was a known, local favorite, was collared and part of a study until the end of the hunt. One tweeter clucked back at Farrow, “Maybe Donald Trump should give out your phone number,” referring to Trump doing just that for a GOP rival, Sen.

Don’t hunt me.” Madison says the hunt, even if legal, was “immoral” and “disgraceful.” Local artist Mark Balma also was outside the office, painting a large picture of an African lion he intends to donate to an organization that protects animals. The lawyer representing farm owner Honest Trymore Ndlovu, who also appeared in court, said his client was not yet charged and was released from custody. Zimbabwean prosecutors’ documents accuse Bronkhorst of failing to “prevent an unlawful hunt.” Court documents say Bronkhorst was supervising while his client, Palmer, shot the animal.

Laury Parramore of the Fish and Wildlife Service said the agency is “currently gathering facts about the issue and will assist Zimbabwe officials in whatever manner requested.” The agency proposed last year to list the African lion as threatened under the Endangered Species Act. Use the edge of a table or desk – just make sure you fold a thick towel or blanket over it first.” “Hold his penis in one hand and lightly slap it with the other,” the magazine offers in advice less likely to lead to a happy ending than humiliation and confusion. “You can tap it back and forth like you’re volleying a tennis ball and lightly pinch the skin on his shaft and testicles. Many women make the mistake of being too gentle.” There’s the “glazed doughnut” tip where they laughably suggest women “Gently stick his penis through the hole … and slowly nibble around it, stopping to suck him once in a while …” “If you’re out in public but want to make your intentions clear, slowly and firmly flick your tongue against the palm of her hand,” Men’s Health suggests. “If she just wipes it off down her skirt, you’ve blown it.” “That being said, we’ll always be here to help you decode dating. So let’s be clear: You’re welcome to make a grilled cheese for anyone you love, but you shouldn’t be whipping one up in an effort to lock the all-important ‘him’ down. (That’s just a waste of Gruyere.) “What we want for you is love based on equality, not indentured servitude with date night. Bloomington Deputy Police Chief Mike Hartley says his department is putting plans together to manage any protests Wednesday at Walter Palmer’s dental office.

Hartley says an extra patrol monitored Palmer’s office overnight and a high-visibility camera installed to deter and record any criminal activity detected no such wrongdoing. Taking him back to third grade with a gentle tease over anything from how you’ll dominate him on the basketball court to the weird way he just styled his hair.

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