This is a great article on some of the stars who have been the target of "cyber-bullying" on Twitter from being called "ugly" to death threats.
I agree that Twitter has a responsibility to not publish death threats. It's illegal in any other format, it should be illegal on Twitter. What is wrong with people that they'd want to kill someone because they look good in a bikini anyway? Jealous much?
Since Australian host Charlotte Dawson attempted suicide after her bullying, and Leann Rimes has entered treatment after hers, I hope more people get the power of the written word. Though it really seems some people just don't care. They're just mean. I wonder how 'psuedo-stars' like the short-lived people on say, "The Bachelor" handle that.
Leann Rimes seemed especially cruel to me, because she seems so childlike in her ways. It's like she never got a chance to mature as an adult, then makes a huge public mistake and now she's just prime meat for bullies and all their anger issues. I just don't believe people can be so angry over something that didn't happen to them.
BTW, Brandi Glanville, the ex-wife of Eddie Cibrian (who he left for Leann) came out wishing Leann only the best in treatment. Brandi has just grown as a person because of the way she was treated. That's commendable. I wish cyber-bullies would take note!