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Think twice if you plan to harass Tiffany Haddish online. The comedic actress claims she did background checks on trolls and called them on the phone.

Haddish said trolls made “pedo” comments after she was sued by 2 siblings who alleged in their lawsuit that she groomed them when they were children.

The “Girls Trip” star told the Los Angeles Times things got so bad that she hired a digital forensics analyst after trolls issued death threats online.

The analyst’s research showed that 75% of the threats were “created by robots in Malaysia and Iran.”

But some of the commenters were real live humans with hate in their hearts. So, Haddish paid $1.99 for online background checks. She even looked up their credit reports and called them on the phone.

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“I’ve learned how to find people’s information — like I pull up the credit report, police records. You can do that for $1.99,” Haddish said. “Sometimes, I get so mad that I’ll get they phone number and I’ll just call them.”

She said the trolls were shocked when she called them on the phone and identified herself.


“Oh, I have called people, honey,” Haddish continued. “They be shocked that I called. They’ll be like, ‘I can’t believe you even saw that.’ You did a whole video, b*tch! You made a full, five-minute video! On the internet, people think they can just say whatever and you not gonna say anything. I try my best not to, but I’m a human being.”

Haddish is busy filming the sequel to 2017’s hit comedy film Girls Trip.

She also appeared last year in Disney’s “Haunted Mansion” and will star in Sony’s “Bad Boys: Ride or Die,” also starring Will Smith and Martin Lawrence.