Major doubts

Oh darn, foiled again.

Police will not pursue a complaint made by India Willoughby about JK Rowling as ”its not a crime to call a biological man a man.”

What I was just saying a few hours ago. You can’t make it a crime to say true things like “that man is a man.” It’s not workable. Laws have to be workable.

Northumbria Police confirmed on Friday that it did not believe the Harry Potter author had committed a crime by calling India Willoughby, the former Celebrity Big Brother contestant, a man. Willoughby had complained to the police over the comments, in which Rowling also repeatedly used “he” pronouns, following a row between the pair on X, formerly Twitter. The 58-year-old said that the writer had “definitely committed a crime” and claimed to be “legally a woman”.

That is, Willoughby claimed to be legally a woman. Remember to write clearly, please. Anyway, well done Willz making yourself look even stupider and more absurd than you already did.

[L]egal commentators expressed major doubts over whether calling a trans woman a male constitutes a crime under UK law and Northumbria Police confirmed that no action would be taken.

“On Monday, March 4, we received a complaint about a post on social media,” a spokesman for the force said. “While we recognise the upset this may have caused, the post was reviewed and did not meet the criminal threshold. The complainant has been updated of this.”

Make a note of it Willz.

Also: you’re a man.

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