#teamfollowback is a term many tweeters add to their Twitter profile. This lets people who decide to follow them know that they’ll follow that person back. Japanese porn star Sola Aoi is not a member of #teamfollowback.
A man has apparently taken legal action against the former adult film actress after she ignored requests to follow him on the site.
The 40-something man, who is apparently an education writer and critic, claimed he was trying to get to the bottom of some controversy surrounding the star of Big Tits Zombie and Revenge: A Love Story in China.
The country’s State Administration of Radio, Film and Television demanded in April that satellite television channels ban some individuals including Sola, now a mainstream personality in China, from appearing on their networks.
The man tweeted several messages at 28-year-old Sola, who has more than 330,000 followers on Twitter. According to the Tokyo Reporter, the tweets included pleas like, "I am a fan of yours; please follow me," "Please consider following," "How's work? Your English is getting better. Please follow me." Lastly, in English, he wrote, "Please follow me."
After Sola ignored his requests, he took legal action against her, according to the Tokyo Reporter, though it is unclear what the grounds for his claim are. He demanded the deletion of her Twitter account.
Others believed that his legal attack was in retaliation for his rejection, while he’d sent a number of tweets to other politicians and celebrities, with his demands being rebuffed.
His actions caused fury among some of Sola’s fans, who exposed his home address and work background using his blog and Facebook page.
Hell hath no fury like porn fans scorned.