Milo Yiannopoulos doesn’t seem to have a online home anymore after his previous website appears to have been sold off.

The controversial journalist and speaker, Milo Yiannopoulos has seemingly sold off his website, amid rumours of him running out of money, following on from being de-platformed from every major social network.

Milo’s former website now bears the message “ has been sold and is no longer associated with its previous owner”

Milo’s personal website is also seemingly offline.

Since he was booted off Twitter, Facebook and Instagram, Milo has been forced to use lesser-known networks such as Gab on which he has around 71,000 followers and apparently has just under 20,000 followers on Telegram. These are a far cry from the huge number of followers he had previously.

He still has a channel on Google’s YouTube, although it has not been updated in around a month ago. reached out to Milo for comment.

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