Just days after mocking victims of Hurricane Irma, Milo Yiannopoulos claims his Miami home was destroyed in the storm.
The former Breitbart editor and controversial alt-right leader wrote on Facebook that “my house is gone,” along with a photo of wreckage in Miami Beach.
The house in question, however, doesn’t belong to Yiannopoulos, according to the Miami Herald, but instead a man named Gerard Duhart.
In the days leading up to the deadly storm, Yiannopoulos poked fun at the people in the hurricane’s path.
“In more positive Irma news, Richard Branson’s Necker Island has been devastated,” he wrote on Facebook on Thursday.
“Irma is about to finish what Hillary started: leaving Haiti in ruins,” he posted Wednesday.
While Tampa and Miami mostly avoided catastrophic devastation, parts of the Florida Keys may be ruined, officials warned Monday.
Jim Mooney, the mayor of Islamorada, said it could take six months for the island to get “halfway back to normal.”
At least three people in Florida died and more than 4 million homes and businesses lost power.