The Twitter account of Justin Ross Harris has been discovered, and it contains disturbing tweets about wishing to silence his son. Even worse, some tweets implicate that he may have been flirting with underage girls. Gross.
Justin Ross Harris, 33, had a secret Twitter under the name Ross Harris. Now that it has been discovered by reporters, tweets about his son, Cooper, 22 months old, and others directed at teenage girls, have been revealed to the public.
Justin Ross Harris’ Twitter Reveals Tweets About Dead Son
Yet another bombshell in the murder case against Justin Ross Harris in Georgia.
The father who allegedly left his son in the backseat of his vehicle to die intentionally had a secret Twitter account that he used to communicate with multiple people. By the looks of it, his wife was not one of those people.
The Twitter account was originally discovered and reported by the Daily Mail.
After a sweep of Justin’s tweets, the most disturbing one uncovered by HollywoodLife.com has to be the one about wishing he could silence his son with a “snooze” button. Yes, really.
“NEW INVENTION: Snooze buttons on babies. I’m going to be a billionaire,” the tweet reads. However, it should be noted it is a RT of another user.
The catch — and what makes it so disturbing — is that Justin was so into the idea, he added the hashtag: “#shutupandtakemymoney.”
Justin Also Used Twitter To Flirt With Underage Girls
As revealed during Justin’s July 3 probable cause hearing, he was sexting and exchanging nude pictures with at least 6 different women the day his toddler died.
At least two of those girls were confirmed to be underage, too. HollywoodLife.com will not list her name or account due to the fact she is underage.
Now that we’re thoroughly read through Justin’s Twitter, we found a second disturbing tweet that he sent to an underage high school girl in May 2013. Her profile now lists her as a senior, which means at the time she would have been no older than a junior — at least 16 or 17 years old.
“So you’re going to be in Atlanta and didn’t tell me…*sigh*,” the alleged murderer tweeted to the young girl after she wrote that she was packing for a trip to Atlanta, Georgia.
It is unclear whether or not the girl is connected to Justin, but she did recently tweet about her “Uncle Ross.”
Justin is being held without bond or bail at the Cobb County Jail as investigators continue to work on his son’s murder case.
— Lauren Cox