It appears that Jeromie Williams may have been fired by yet another organisation. Today he posted that he has “officially ended [his] time in the online animal advocacy world, and will no longer be affiliated with any group or organization you may have come to know [him] through,” meaning, presumably, Pet Pardons:
Apparently the politics and pageantry of the animal rights world was too unkind and rough for poor Jeromie. Perhaps he’s referring to this or this or this or this or this or this or this or this or this or this or, well, you get the picture.
We are curious what happened, of course, because Jeromie has previously been fired from several positions for dishonesty, incompetence, bigotry, workplace harassment and/or other inappropriate behaviour.
For example, in January 2012, the Canada Headlines Examiner fired Jeromie after he was exposed fabricating events, people, and even witnesses in his articles for months in order to get onto Ezra Levant’s show on the Sun News Network. He later lied about the reasons for his departure, claiming he left because Examiner was paying him “sweatshop wages.”
Likewise, Playboy Media fired Jeromie in or around January 2012 after only three weeks, for inappropriate behaviour. He was working as a junior social media person (though he later claimed to have “pulled the strings” behind the scenes for Hugh Hefner). He reportedly harassed several other employees after he was fired.
Not to mention that in March 2012, The Gaily, a website for Canadian gays and lesbians, removed Jeromie from his former position as the contributing editor of the site. Though no details were provided, it is speculated that he was terminated after criminally harassing and making death threats against a woman and teenaged boys, who he also attacked with homophobic slurs:
Of course, as Jeromie would say, “If you’re going to call someone a ‘faggot’ you better be ready for the consequences”:
To date Pet Pardons has not provided any statement on their (apparently former) Canadian Director of Operations and Managing Editor of Pet Pardons News & Blog, or their culpability in any of his many, many crimes.