Backlash against racist Tinder messages sent by N.J. man continues

BASKING RIDGE — There has been some significant repercussions for a college junior who grew up in Somerset County who sent racist and violent messages via the dating app Tinder.

Kyle Harcourt, a 20-year-old University of Alabama student from Basking Ridge, resigned from the Liberty Corner Fire Company after being told his behavior was unacceptable; had his actions condemned by a Tinder vice president and had his apology rejected by the student with whom he exchanged the racially-charged messages.

Immediately after Emi Miller, a 20-year-old junior at Hollins College in Virginia, posted the screen shot on her Twitter page with …read more

Source: NJ.com Somerset

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