Twitter likes to protect themselves from fake celebrities and personalities, requiring verification for certain accounts, in order to prevent any problems down the line of say fake Carrot Top doing or saying something in the place of real Carrot Top that falsely represents him – you know, like being funny.
Twitter doesn’t care about regular people like you or me, who you can follow at www.twitter.com/infamouskidd, but they do take care of those who live in the spotlight. Kelly Brook was one such case, as Kelly Brook herself found out. She had difficulty herself claiming her own Twitter name, because Twitter wanted to make sure fake Kelly Brook wasn’t damaging the real one’s reputation. The only problem was that real Kelly Brook was who she said she was, and it took a picture of herself which looks pretty naked under all that hair to prove that she was who she said she was. I hope you followed all that… it was all in the name of looking at hot Kelly Brook.