Jason Biggs Faces Backlash for Malaysia Airlines Twitter Joke

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Jason Biggs has never been one to hold back on Twitter, but did he finally go too far this time?

The Orange Is the New Black star faced serious backlash Thursday, when he made light of the tragic crash of the Malaysia Airlines plane on July 17, 2014. Bound for Kuala Lampur, the plane was carrying 295 passengers and crashed in Ukraine.

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Not surprisingly, he faced swift backlash from some of his Twitter followers.

However, Biggs refused to apologize -- in fact, he called his critics "a**holes" and "losers."

Biggs, known for being outspoken on social media, faced similar angry Twitter followers when he joked about dead Bachelorette contestant Eric Hill in May.

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"Crazy rule change- instead of voting off the contestants, this season #TheBachelorette gets to kill them off," he tweeted during the hit ABC show's season premiere.