Bellevue, ID – Marshal’s Deputy Nate Silvester, who made a viral video mocking Lebron James, is returning to work after being suspended and has apparently signed a book deal.
In response to James posting a tweet that targeted an Ohio police officer who shot a girl in order to save an other girl’s life, Silvester posted a video mocking James. In James’ tweet he had doxxed a photo of the Ohio officer with the caption “You’re Next”
Silvester’s video mocking James went viral and in response the Bellevue Marshal’s Office suspended Silvester and conducted an internal investigation.
Officer Suspended For Embarrassing LeBron, His GoFundMe Nears Half A Million
After Silvester’s suspension a GoFundMe was created to help him with the financial loss he incurred as a result of his suspension. The GoFundMe raised almost $500,000. Silvester plans to use some of those funds to help displaced police officers and donate some of the funds to First Responders Children’s Foundation.
On Wednesday, Silvester signed a book deal with Di Angelo Publications for a book titled, “Never Off Duty.”
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