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Milo Yiannopoulos is now promoting health supplements

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Milo Yiannopoulos. He’s now selling supplements following his book | Photo: Facebook

Former Breitbart journalist and ‘alt-right’ figurehead Milo Yiannopoulos has turned to a new career.

Yiannopoulos was sacked from Breitbart in 2017 after a video appeared to show him endorse sex between older men and younger boys.

In the video Yiannopoulos joked about an encounter he had with a Catholic priest as a teenager, reported the Washington Post.

‘You’re misunderstanding what pedophilia means. Pedophilia is not a sexual attraction to somebody 13 years old who is sexually mature,’ he said at the time.

‘Pedophilia is attraction to children who have not reached puberty.’

He later said he was ‘horrified’by pedophillia. But attempts to publish his book, Dangerous, were also thwarted by the video.

The video then saw him dropped by publishers Simon & Schuster.

Milo Yiannopoulos’ ‘Dangerous’ comeback?

On Wednesday (21 February), he appeared on conspiracy theorist Alex Jones’ Info Wars YouTube series.

During his latest appearance on the show he promoted Icuren, a supplement branded as a 30-day liver and kidney ‘cleanse’.

The supplement is made from milk thistle, artichoke leaf, licorice root and Amla fruit besides other organic ingredients.

‘The best endorsement I can give you is that I’m very careful about what I put inside myself.

‘Let’s do it!,’ he continued as he swallowed one of the pills.

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A spoon full of sugar?

Poor Milo hasn’t had it easy since last year’s storm over that video.

After he was dropped by his publishers, he took matters into his own hands.

Yiannopoulos claimed he made $1million (£715,000) from publishing the book himself.

But he only sold 152 copies in the UK and 18,000 copies in the US according to Nielsen Bookscan.

Regardless, Yiannopoulos’ PR team had claimed that 100,000 copies had been sold in the US alone.

The pills that Milo ‘endorsed’ on Alex Jones’ Info Wars channel (Picture: YouTube/Infowars)

‘After finally being able to personally review the documents that Simon & Schuster disclosed, it was clear to me that they wrongfully terminated my contract in bad faith,’ he wrote.

His comment followed leaked documents of Simon & Shcuster slamming the book surfaced online.

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