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Chris Hansen’s website filled with memes and mugshot after the firing of Vincent Nicotra

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Journalist Chris Hansen’s former web producer Vincent Nicotra has filled the Hansen vs Predators website with memes and a mugshot from Hansen’s January 2019 arrest after being fired earlier this week.

Hansen fired Nicotra after he received complaints that Nicotra’s behavior was compromising Hansen’s investigation into YouTuber Onision.

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Now the homepage of the Hansen vs Predators website has been changed by Nicotra to include a rotating gallery of Hansen’s mugshot and several Hansen memes. This gallery is overlaid with a contact form and the text: “Hansen vs Predators is suspended due to non-payment.”

Hansen’s mugshot on Hansen vs Predators
Hansen’s mugshot on Hansen vs Predators
A Hansen meme on Hansen vs Predators
A Hansen meme on Hansen vs Predators

Nicotra is alleging that Hansen hasn’t paid him for his work and says that the site will be “suspended” until “Chris pays what he owes.”

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However, many Twitter users are challenging Nicotra’s claims and have highlighted how he was previously praising Hansen less than a month before he was fired.

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Hansen has vowed to continue his investigation into Onision without the involvement of Nicotra.

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