Bloke horrifies judge by logging on to Zoom hearing with ‘Buttf***er 3000’ name
A District Court judge ripped into a "fool" who logged into a court hearing on Zoom with the username Buttf***er3000.
Judge Jeffrey Middleton held a conference with several people on Tuesday (May 11) and when Nathaniel Saxton joined the call his photo and username showed up – including the X-rated term.
Saxton, who appeared regarding a count of possession of drug paraphernalia in the city of Three Rivers, was unaware the rude username was displayed underneath his live feed.
Judge Middleton says at the start of the video clip: "Then we'll bring this fool in" and allows Saxton to join the meeting.
After a few seconds, he asks: "Good morning, Sir, what's your name?"
After Saxton realises the judge was referring to him, he replies with "Nathaniel Saxton".
Judge Middleton quips: "Your name isn't 'Buttf***er3000, you yo-ho?
"Logging into my court with that as your screen name?
"What kind of idiot logs into court like that?"
At this point, another woman in the virtual courtroom, whose username reads Kaitlyn Torzewski, places her hand over her mouth.
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Saxton, red-faced with embarrassment, is confused while trying to figure out how the blunder could be rectified.
He tells the judge he didn't type "anything like that".
But Mr Middleton isn't having any of it and responds: "Well, that's what it says."
When the man tries to apologise, the Michigan judge interrupts him and throws him out of the call.
He says: "Yeah, you should.
"I'm going to put you in the waiting room, you can sit in limbo for a while and think about what you call yourself online."
After he is banished from the virtual courtroom, another man is heard hysterically laughing in the conference.
Saxton returns eventually but misspells his own name in the Zoom room, with 'Nathaniel Saxaon', writes the Mail Online.
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After the exchange, Saxton blamed the screenname on his sister but the angry judge declared he almost had him put in jail for contempt of court.
His case was eventually heard with prosecutor John Barnes saying the defendant was found with a used syringe which tested positive for meth residue.
Saxon, who initially pleaded not guilty, later changed his mind when the judge told him a normal fine for his charge was $200 and he was slapped with the fine.
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