Following his impersonation of Gwyneth Paltrow for a joke regarding her ski trial, Matthew Koma’s Twitter account has been suspended.

The 35-year-old singer, who is Hilary Duff’s husband, updated his social media profile picture to match Paltrow’s official account picture and changed his username to match hers.

Then, he responded to a user’s joke about Paltrow conversing with Terry Sanderson, the plaintiff in her Utah lawsuit, after she won the civil case and was given a $1 damage award. I’ll take my money now,” was written with the photograph, and Koma, who was impersonating Paltrow, 50, responded, “Same man.”

Soon after, Koma announced on his Instagram Story that the gag had “permanently suspended” his Twitter account. “Goodbye Twitter,” he wrote. The troll was valuable.

“Thanks for all the kind messages today,” Koma added in a later Instagram post. It’s difficult to get closure. But it’s a group like you guys that gives me hope and makes me eager for the next time I get the chance to pretend to be a celebrity on social media. Much appreciation to @gwenythpaltrow for the inspiration.

You may not mimic people, groups, or organizations to mislead, confuse, or deceive others, nor may you use a fake identity in a way that interferes with others’ Twitter experiences, according to Twitter’s standards against “misleading and deceptive identities.”

Hilary Duff, Koma’s wife, has previously talked about her husband’s love of pulling practical jokes and his propensity for “hot takes” on the news. On The Kelly Clarkson Show earlier this year, she revealed how Koma had previously torn up a copy of people and stuck pictures of the Jonas Brothers on their framed pictures all over their house.

Duff, 35, joked about Koma, with whom she shares children Banks Violet, 4, and Mae James, 2, saying, “He’s so weird.” He then waited until I caught him. There are a million things going on all day, so it took me like a couple of days.

He’s a really good prankster, she said. If you don’t follow him on Instagram, some of his posts are actually extremely funny. Sometimes his writing is so bizarre that I don’t understand it. “I didn’t get that one,” I said. Then when I hear the others, I exclaim, “I’m dead, you’re so funny!”


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