I’m demanding that Michelle Fields charge me with hacking her computer. She won’t, of course, because I didn’t do it. She only charges people for brushing past her at a campaign event. Nothing serious like hacking.
In December of 2015 Fields falsely accused me of hacking her computer and has continued to repeat the lie even after her bosses told her to cut it out.
She had sent me a LinkedIn request and I called her. We had a friendly conversation before she tweeted out to the world that I had hacked her. Seriously.
I texted her and said something to the effective of “what the fuck?” and “why did you falsely accuse me of a federal crime?” She insisted I had hacked her.
I then called her bosses — Matt Boyle and Steve Bannon — and told them to stop her and to take down the tweet.
(I take claims of hacking seriously as my Internet friend Andrew “weev” Auernheimer went to jail for arithmetic and and my associate Aaron Swartz was facing years in prison for a JSTOR mass download before he took his life.)
She finally took down the tweet after I texted her that I was calling my attorney.
She posted this in its place.
For those asking…Charles Johnson says it wasn't him who hacked my email/icloud/etc. We're looking into what happened.
— Michelle Fields (@MichelleFields) December 8, 2015
@MichelleFields Your randomly accusing Charles C. Johnson of hacking your accounts instead of investigating first seems peculiar.
— Slechte Verslaggever (@DizzyMedia) December 8, 2015
That was nearly four months ago. Has she found the hacker (assuming there was one)? It doesn’t look like it. Oddly she doesn’t seem to have reached out to law enforcement in this case.
But she has continued to blame me telling other Breitbart staffers at a party I attended during CPAC in early March that I had hacked her computer. She was told by her bosses to cut it out. But she kept doing it.
Should I sue her? After all, falsely accusing someone of a crime is libel. I’m not so sure. I’m tempted to. What do you think? Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you’re an attorney and want to take it on contingency, let me know. You can have the money or light it on fire Joker-style for all I care. I don’t like liars like Michelle Fields.
Is Michelle Fields a pathological liar? I don’t know but Fields certainly has a history of lying. She claims that she was a Fox News contributor but there’s no record she ever was.
All of this would be cleared up, of course, if Breitbart would release the emails that show Fields’s immediate reaction.
I’ve called on Breitbart to release those emails which I’m told will show that Fields did not mention her bruising.
They could even make some money.
There are emails proving Michelle Fields did not think she was assaulted. People are sitting on them. You know who you are. $10,000 reward.
— Mike Cernovich 🇺🇸 (@Cernovich) March 29, 2016
Fields claims she was assaulted on the lower arm but the video clearly shows Lewandowski touching her upper arm.
— Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) March 29, 2016
I’ve contacted Kendall Coffey, Corey Lewandowski’s attorney and promise to turn over all texts and emails with Fields.