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Years of disturbing homophobic posts written by WWE star Lars Sullivan just resurfaced

Lars Sullivan is a professional wrester and one of the hottest acts in the WWE’s SmackDown series at the moment. He’s also a total bigot.

Ring Side News is reporting that 30-year-old Sullivan, whose real name is Dylan Miley, posted dozens of racist, sexist, and homophobic comments under two different usernames at BodyBuilding.com between 2007 and 2014.

After Sullivan’s first username (Disenfranchised) was deactivated, presumably for hate speech, he created another one (Elperfecto), which is still active today, though he hasn’t posted any new comments in almost five years.

Of course, as we all know, the internet remembers everything.

Some of Sullivan’s past online remarks include:

  • “Some blacks want to take advantage of their great grandparents misfortunes, and they want a piece of the pity pie. Instead of taking some personal responsibility, they choose to attack the white man and say we must take care of them financially.”
  • “I don’t actually have any true hateful feelings for gay people, but it’s just a part of my sense of humor I like to explore. Homophobia, racism, sexism, these are all hilarious things to make light of in the right environment (among other straight men).”
  • “When immigrants (particularly of the illegal persuasion coming from our neighbors down south) hear that we are ‘land of the free’, to them that means they get free stuff.”
  • “Every time I hear a man say that pussy smells like **** I cringe because I automatically assume they’re a closeted homosexual repressing their true intuitions.”
  • “There’s a grey area when it comes to sexual intercourse and rape. There’s 100% complete consensual sex when a woman will rip off her clothes and jump on you, then there’s levels that don’t quite reach 100% consent. Most women like men to take control.”

But that’s just the tip of the iceberg.

In a heated 2007 exchange with another user, Sullivan (writing as Disenfranchised) says, “Oh, you’re black? No wonder all you can do is copy and paste” before calling the person a “whiny, c*nty idiot.”

And in another post written in 2012, Sullivan (as Elperfecto) tells someone that if his co-worker ever came out as gay, he “would draw the line and make him feel like a worthless outcast of society.”

He also wrote posts bashing Mexicans, Muslims, the Chinese, drag queens, people with mental illnesses, people who struggle with addiction, the NAACP, and “manly” women, among countless other groups of people.

Neither WWE nor Sullivan have issued any comment on the recently unearthed posts, though Ring Side News notes that they were actually discovered by hardcore WWE fans over a year ago and nothing was ever done about it then.

Perhaps now that more people are noticing, Sullivan will be held accountable for his years (and years) of online bigotry. Or perhaps not.

You can read a comprehensive, though not totally complete, list of of Lars’ past posts here.