Well, this is awkward. E.L. James was supposed to be answering fan questions on Twitter using the tag #AskELJames, but instead she received thousands of tweets blasting her for copying Stephenie Meyer, glorifying abuse victims, and more. Click inside to SEE MORE!
E.L. James, 52, may want to find a new way to talk to her fans, because Twitter is definitely not it. What should have been a harmless question and answer session on the social media account quickly turned into a hilarious bashing session, and her #AskELJames tag trended for all of the wrong reasons.
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