Sorry, Julian — it was not just a “teen sex quote” that brought down Milo Yiannopoulos:

And let’s not forget that Assange is facing rape charges of his own and that’s why he’s hiding in Ecuador’s embassy in London:

Assange went on to charge Simon & Schuster with “book censorship” for cancelling it’s lucrative contract with Yiannopoulos:

That’s not censorship, as many are pointing out:

And in other news, Breitbart editor-in-chief Alex Marlow called the comments “not defensible” and said Yiannopoulos would address his future with Breitbart at a news conference later today:

Stay tuned, but it sounds like Yiannopoulos and Breitbart are about to part company: