James holmes on dating website
The profile was first reported by entertainment news site TMZ, but confirmed by The Denver Post on Monday.The profile was created before early Friday morning, July 20, when Holmes allegedly set off canisters of noxious gas and then opened fire on a crowd watching the midnight premiere of “The Dark Knight Rises,” killing 12 and wounding 58 others." Diana says she informed of the profile and they said they'd take it down, which Diana says they did minutes later. Holmes' profile included:-- Favorite movies: "Too many good movies to have a favorite, maybe Dumb and Dumber, Hachiko, Star Wars, etc."-- Favorite book: Where's Waldo? "-- Political views: Middle of the road-- Faith: Agnostic-- "I spend a lot of time thinking about the future. -- "You should message me if you're interested, obviously. ” Officials for said there had been no complaints from other users of abuse or inappropriateness from Holmes.James Holmes is boyfriend material -- that's the shocker a member says she got when she logged on Friday afternoon to see the site suggesting she hook up with the man accused of killing 12 people in the Colorado movie massacre.The opening statement on Holmes’ profile reads: “Will you visit me in prison?
is a dating website where users create profiles in hopes of meeting someone for dating or a relationship.
Diana (who asked us not to use her last name) tells TMZ she was floored when she saw Holmes' profile among her matches -- less than a day after the shootings -- saying it was "pretty scary getting matched to a mass murderer." Diana says the profile said James hadn't visited the site in the last 24 hours, so it clearly had been created before the shootings.
The profile also has the same tagline from James' profile -- "Will you visit me in prison?
A Colorado woman got what we can only assume was an unwelcome surprise Friday afternoon when she logged in to her profile to find out the dating service had matched her with Colorado shooting suspect James Holmes.
Holmes is accused of opening fire on a theater full of people attending the midnight premier of "The Dark Knight Rises." “It’s pretty scary getting matched to a mass murderer,” the woman, identified as Diana, told TMZ, according to the New York Post.