Milo Yiannopoulos Says Victims of Abuse Are 'Whinging, Selfish Brats' in Newly Surfaced Video
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Milo Yiannopolous words about victims of sexual abuse are coming back to haunt him once again.

Just last month, video emerged featuring the former Breitbart editor justifying pedophilia after his controversial appearance on Bill Maher.

"The real problem I have is all these people who suddenly remember they were abused 20 years later and suddenly decide that it was a problem -- whinging selfish brats," Yiannopolous said in a newly-emerged interview with Gavin McInness.

"I mean, my God, it's really not that big a deal," he said. "You can't let it ruin your life. So someone fiddled with you, so what?"

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The interview aired on McInnes's chat show in 2015 and resurfaced on Twitter on Friday.

In February Yiannopolous came under fire for saying, "I'm grateful for Father Michael. I wouldn't give nearly such good head if it wasn't for him. We get hung up on this sort of child abuse stuff to the point where we are heavily policing consensual adults."

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After being called out, Yiannopolous posted a lengthy Facebook note which denied the justification of pedophilia.

"I do not support pedophilia. Period. It is a vile and disgusting crime, perhaps the very worst. There are selectively edited videos doing the rounds, as part of a co-ordinated effort to discredit me from establishment Republicans, that suggest I am soft on the subject. If it somehow comes across (through my own sloppy phrasing or through deceptive editing) that I meant any of the ugly things alleged, let me set the record straight: I am completely disgusted by the abuse of children," he wrote.

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The disgraced editor's remarks resulted in being disinvited from speaking at CPAC 2017 and losing a $250,000 book deal with publisher Simon & Schuster. Yiannopolous also resigned from his position at Breitbart.

Watch the video below.