Milo Yiannopoulos is Seeing Moderate Sales for His Memoir — Get Worried
Alt-right commentator Milo Yiannopoulos’s memoir Dangerous is actually doing a little bit better than most media outlets are reporting, according to Publishers Weekly.
While it’s only sold 18,268 copies, it was NPD BookScan’s third best-selling adult non-fiction release last week and sixth best-selling overall. It was also the top-selling book on Amazon immediately following its July 4 publication, reports Page Six.
Alexander Macris, CEO of Milo Inc. told Page Six, “We printed 105,000 books and every single one has been ordered.”
Milo, of course, is perhaps one of the most controversial young figure today, giving hateful (and nearly hypocritical) messages across many outlets.
Last week, Milo filed a $10 million lawsuit against Simon & Schuster for “willful and opportunistic breach of its contract” to publish Dangerous after the company dropped his deal last February when a video surfaced showing Milo seemingly endorsing pedophilia.