On Monday, former Major League pitcher pitcher and current ESPN analyst Curt Schilling destroyed two users on Twitter who sexually harassed him and his daughter after he had sent out a congratulatory tweet about her plans to play softball at Salve Regina University.
Congrats to Gabby Schilling who will pitch for the Salve Regina Seahawks next year!!
— Curt Schilling (@gehrig38) February 25, 2015
Schilling then posted information about two of the people who responded to the tweet with harassing comments. Here are two of the tweets sent by those individuals, as documented by Deadspin.
But it turns out that was just the tip of the iceberg for Schilling who has not stopped going after those who sent the menacing tweets.
Schilling was a guest on “The Dan Patrick Show” and made it clear that he has already tracked down many more people behind the threatening tweets, has gotten some students kicked out of school, and plans to pursue criminal charges.
According to Schilling, some of the tweets addressed to him and his daughter came from students at Salve Regina University. Schilling says he tracked those students down and that “some got suspended, some got kicked out.” He added that some were student-athletes and those were forced to apologise to both Schilling’s daughter and to the softball coach.
Schilling also said that a big part of his decision to go after the people behind the tweets is that “part of this is criminal,” noting that his daughter is a minor (17 years old).
“There are laws that were broken which I am pursuing and will pursue,” Schilling told Dan Patrick.
When asked how many of the people he tracked down, Schilling was quick to respond, “every one, I found every one.”
“I know every one of their names,” Schilling continued. “I know where they went to school. I know their parents. I know all of it. I’m not going to have any problem with evidence.”
Schilling says his daughter is still planning to attend the university.
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