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Authorities say a Florida man named Steven Jordan was arrested on Friday for allegedly threatening Walt Disney World on Twitter, including threatening to hurl grenades into executives’ houses.
On Aug. 8, Seminole resident Steven Jordan was apprehended by Pinellas County law enforcement after a 186-tweet outburst during a three-hour period, according to officials. Walt Disney World was the target of at least two of the posters.
He is 31 years old.
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The now-deleted tweets, according to police, said: “@Disney or we will blow up all of your execs houses with C4” and “@Disney I will toss a hand grenade threw their loft window.”
Jordan is also accused of making threats against Activision and its officials in connection with the gaming company’s sexual harassment lawsuit, according to police.
Twitter suspended Jordan’s account on August 9th. Jordan was established to be the owner of the raging account by detectives working with the Florida Department of Law Enforcement, officials said.
In an interview, Jordan allegedly admitted to the threatening tweets, according to police. Threatening to throw, set, or discharge a harmful device was his charge. Jordan was arrested for fraudulently reporting a bomb in 2019 and faced a similar allegation. On a $10,000 bond, he was being held in the Pinellas County Jail.
The inquiry is still ongoing, according to the police.