Comedian and actor Jon Lovitz took to Twitter in an attempt to elicit some social media justice to three 14 year-old girls who were allegedly bullying his friend’s daughter and defacing her home with anti-semitic graffiti. According to ABC News, the teens were driven to Lovitz’s friend’s home by one of the teen’s mother.
According to Huffington Post:
Comedian Jon Lovitz toasted the power of Twitter Tuesday after his twitpics led to the suspension of three teen bullies from a middle school in Northridge, Calif.
Lovitz had taken up the cause of a childhood friend and his daughter, who found anti-semitic graffiti and feces on their doorstep when they woke up on Tuesday, Apr. 3.
The teen daughter of his friend is the grand daughter of a Holocaust survivor.
Lovitz tweeted an update Tuesday, letting his followers know that the three bullies were permanently expelled.
What do you think, did Jon Lovitz take things too far considering these are minors? Or, is he a hero for standing up against anti-semitism?
And what should happen to the mother of the teens who allegedly drove the girls?
Read Jon Lovitz’s tweets on Twitter at @realjonlovitz