We’re not sure if we’re the only site to receive an email from “Sara”, the white girl who was chased off of Twitter after posing in blackface, but we know we weren’t the only site to post about the fiasco.
In an attempt to clear her name, “Sara” or someone with “Sara’s” best interests in mind, is now requesting to have her photo removed from the site because, well, just read her email below:
The photo you are using for your post is illegal under Section 512 of the Digital Millenium Copyright Act, considering it is an unsolicited photo of myself posted without my consent or even my parents consent considering I am a minor. I would like it removed immediately, before I have to get my attorney involved. I am issuing a takedown notice under the Digital Millenium Copyright Act. I would also like to present that I did not understand the cultural significance of “blackface” and I had innocent intentions. I don’t think it is worth ruining my chances of going to college someday.Thank you!
Apparently Sara considers being 19-years-old a minor, the age that was already discovered by “black Twitter”. What’s funny, is that NOW she’s worried about her photos resurfacing online, when it didn’t bother her to post other photos like this on Twitter.
We offered Sara a chance to respond to the backlash she received but she doesn’t get it, obviously:
I don’t know why I would apologize for a picture I posted of myself and a friend in a face mask. It is not my fault, but much to my dismay, that people fake RT’d it saying racist things, as well as used tweetgenerator to make me look racist.
Now that Sara has rejoined Twitter, we can only hope she’s learned her lesson, but we doubt it.