Milo Yiannopoulos Embarasses a Muslim Woman

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Born as Milo Hanrahan, Yiannopoulos was born and raised in Kent, England. His father is of half-Greek and half-Irish descent. Yiannopoulos claims his father wanted to divorce his mother while she was pregnant with him; however, his parents remained together for six more years before divorcing. He described his biological father as “terrifying”, remarking at one point, “I would think, if my dad is just a doorman, why do we have such a nice house? Then I saw it on The Sopranos”.

Raised by his mother and her second husband, Yiannopoulos has stated that he did not have a good relationship with his stepfather. Yiannopoulos has spoken of how his stepfather would beat him up. In a previous interview, he told The Times: “My mother never really stopped that stuff happening with my stepdad. She just let it go on. I don’t want to go too much into it… it’s ancient history. But I did not have a happy time.” A practising Roman Catholic, Yiannopoulos states his maternal grandmother was Jewish.

As a teenager, Yiannopoulos lived with his paternal grandmother Petronella, whose surname he later adopted.

Yiannopoulos was educated at Simon Langton Grammar School for Boys in Canterbury from which he has said he was expelled. He attended the University of Manchester but dropped out before graduating; he then read English at Wolfson College, Cambridge, but was sent down in 2010. In a 2012 interview, he said of dropping out, “I try to tell myself I’m in good company, but ultimately it doesn’t say great things about you unless you go on to terrific success in your own right.”

Yiannopoulos is a U.S. resident alien on O-1 visa status. He married his long-term boyfriend, an African-American man, in Hawaii, in September 2017. The couple prefer at present to keep the identity of his husband secret.

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