Comedian and “Ghosbusters” actress Leslie Jones’ revenge campaign against Milo Yiannopoulous hit a fever pitch yesterday. TheWrap’s got all the juicy deets:

Stand back and see how she put Simon & Schuster subsidiary Threshold Books “in its place” for its book deal with Milo (tweets via TheWrap):

Here’s where it gets really, really good, you guys:

Bonus: After “getting into it with other Twitter members,” Jones tweeted this:

We understand if you need to take a few minutes to sit down and collect yourselves. What a beat-down, right?

Wrong.

Getting pissy at a publisher for making a deal with a guy you don’t like isn’t putting them in their place; it’s just getting pissy (and taking a swipe at free speech, to boot).

Editor’s note: This post has been updated with additional text and tweets.

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