Nashville comedian Joshua Black (real name: Joshua Lipscomb) has joined the ranks of Mike Lindell and Donald Trump by having his account (@SirJoshuaBlack) suspended by Twitter. Twitter is the latest entity to suspend Black for his behavior on social media, as his employer, the Nashville Fire Department, has suspended and reprimanded him multiple times for his conduct. Twitter has not yet disclosed if the current suspension, which Black received after photoshopping a confederate flag into the photo of a Nashville reporter and passing it off as authentic to support his claim of racism, is temporary or permanent.
25-year-old James Della Croce was charged with four counts of aggravated sexual exploitation of a minor after police received a cyber tip that Twitter users “jdaddyking” and “jdaddyking1” exchanged sexual images of minors with other accounts, per reports.
#ShesJustNotThatIntoYou: 23-year-old Derrius Deshotel is free on a $15,000 bond after police say he stalked his ex-girlfriend, used his vehicle to prevent her from exiting the interstate to alert police – and that’s after contacting her from 22 Instagram & Twitter accounts, 150+ phone calls, and 50 emails.
TDOC now confirms Communications Director Neysa Taylor was sent home on July 29th, placed on administrative leave. That’s one day after the twitter account ‘Real TN Politics’ published tweets from her personal account.
In light of a story we originally investigated and brought to light, regarding Nashville Fire Department’s EMS District Chief Tim Lankford, and his social media blunders – he has been suspended, without pay, for 10 days, and must attend diversity awareness training. Lankford recently claimed that the comments were ‘because of the death of this wife, though that was proven to not be true. It’s worth nothing, that NFD Public Information Officer, Brian Haas, has still declined to provide ENN any information on the matter, despite multiple open records requests…