Andrew Shirvell, the Michigan assistant attorney general who moonlights as a gay college student body president's cyberbully without realizing how weird that is, has been temporarily suspended pending a hearing. Update: Now he's been fired.

That hearing didn't go so well, apparently:

Andrew Shirvell has been fired from his job as a Michigan assistant state attorney general, his attorney said this afternoon.

Shirvell was fired for using state resources for his campaign against University of Michigan student body President Chris Armstrong and for lying to investigators during his disciplinary hearing, Attorney General Mike Cox said in a statement.