A truly delightful Twitter war between Piers Morgan and J.K. Rowling ended when Rowling baited Morgan into slamming an article he himself had written about the "intensely private billionaire."

Morgan took the bait, fell on his wand, and J.K. Rowling adopted his son.

No, not really. But Spencer Morgan, 23, probably wouldn't mind. He had tweeted the following pro-Potter sentiment when his dad's feud first took off:

That's the sign of the Deathly Hallows on Spencer Morgan's arm and necklace, which you definitely recognize from Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, unless you're Piers Morgan.


It's probably one of the most seriously fanatical things a Harry Potter fan could put on their skin, far more legit than a lightening bolt and just a shade less serious than a tattoo of Dobby's grave.

If his fandom wasn't clear enough, the 23-year-old Gryffindor logged on again to share a photo of him outside Hogwarts, and then one more outside the impossible-to-get-tickets-to Harry Potter and the Cursed Child.


After being thoroughly dragged by J.K. Rowling in the Battle for Twitter, the elder Morgan conceded his son may have won the war.