Not for the first time, I have become the victim of impersonation.
Regular blog readers will remember that back in July I used my blog to explain that an imbecile was writing libelous comments in my name underneath Michael Jackson related articles on TMZ.
This time around the impersonation is slightly more serious. The owner of a vile and inaccurate anti-Michael Jackson website is posing as me when fans email to complain about the website's content.
The owner of the website replies to emails using my name and sends the messages from an email address closely modeled on my own.
In the above screengrab, a reader is seen asking the website owner whether he is Charles Thomson from the Huffington Post. The owner refused to answer this question which, combined with the confusing email address, could easily lead people to believe that the owner is in fact me - quite clearly the owner's intention all along.
So let me state loud and clear for the record - I do not have anything to do with this website. The only website or domain name I have ever owned is my current website.
The above email address does not belong to me. I do not use, and have never used, a gmail account.
The fraudster behind this website is impersonating me and has been reported to Yola, the webhosting company responsible for this domain name.