Ahead of online shoppers getting ready for this year’s Halloween, executives over at eBay are beginning to pull several Jeffrey Dahmer-inspired clothing and accessories from its site KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Monday, October 17, 2022

Ahead of online shoppers getting ready for this year’s Halloween, executives over at eBay are beginning to pull several Jeffrey Dahmer-inspired clothing and accessories from its site

Ahead of online shoppers getting ready for this year’s Halloween, executives over at eBay are beginning to pull several Jeffrey Dahmer-inspired clothing and accessories from its site. (Read More Here).

The move comes just a day after a mother of one of Dahmer’s victims spoke out. She condemned folks for wanting to buy and wear “evil” Dahmer costumes for Halloween. The mother happened to be Shirley Hughes, whose deaf son Tony Hughes was among 17 young men murdered by Dahmer. Shirley told TMZ that Netflix’s series about the serial killer was already “super triggering,” and retailers selling Dahmer-inspired clothes only furthers the outrage.

Now a spokesperson for eBay tells the publication that the company has specific policies in place that prohibit such listings that glorify hate, violence and criminal activities—all of which suits the case here. The official policy, listed on the eBay site, says there is no space for “items closely associated with or that benefit violent felons, their acts, or crime scenes within the past 100 years.” Therefore, eBay is sifting through its listings and pulling items that go against its policies. 

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