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He adopted the names of despotic Roman emperors Nero and Caligula for his two Twitter accounts, and revelled in his ability to whip up storms of support and outrage before he was banned from the site last year for bullying.
Having left the Telegraph in 2011, he co-founded online tech magazine The Kernel and sold it in 2014, racking up huge debts and waging legal battles with writers who sued for unpaid earnings.
Then I saw it on The Sopranos.' He was particularly close with his grandmother, Petronella, who regularly took him for high tea at Claridge's, one of London's top hotels.
Recalling their relationship, he said: 'She was by far the first person to twig that I was gay.
On the back of his new husband's white tuxedo, were the words 'blind for love.'In another where the grooms are both pouring champagne into a tower of glasses.
John's face is barely visible in the second photo where he's been all but cropped out.
The right-wing troll jetted out to Hawaii to marry his long-term boyfriend, named only as John, whose identity Milo has gone to some lengths to hide.
The publisher, Simon & Schuster, had received backlash since the announcement in January, with many on social media threatening to boycott them.
Speaking to Mail Online, a school friend said: 'He was always a bit of an outsider and an extrovert - but he really came to prominence at school when he effectively came out around the age of 14 by singing Big Gay Al's Super song from South Park as part of a full-school music assembly.'This was quite a courageous thing to do at an all-boys school in the 90s and he probably suffered some abuse because of it.'He claims he was expelled but no-one who I know remembers that.' After leaving school, he began a literature degree at Manchester University, dropped out, went to Wolfson College in Cambridge and completed two years, before dropping out again.
He later returned to his alma mater for a talk at the Cambridge Union debating society and said: 'It was a pretty cool 'f*** you' [after they] threw me out after repeated warnings for the ridiculously trivial reason that I didn't show up to supervisions, didn't submit any essays, and spent most of my time s**gging and drinking instead of reading.'After college, he secured a job at the Catholic Herald before covering technology for the Daily Telegraph.
Yiannopoulos, 32, became an alt-right poster boy, after his frequent misogynistic, racist, and even homophobic rants. Milo, who has compared feminism to cancer in a bid to be as outrageous as possible, once spoke about his hypocrisy on Real Time saying he struggled to fit in as a 'gay Jew who never shuts up about his black boyfriend'.
Yet the extremist agenda he pushes, which has won - and lost - him book deals, speaking events and his job as a writer at Brietbart, seem contradictory with his own life. The right-wing firebrand thrives on controversy, and was stoking the fires again last week when he arrived at UC Berkeley for a free speech forum and was greeted by dozens of counter-protesters.