Film critic Roger Ebert's Facebook page was suspended Tuesday after Ebert posted a controversial tweet referring to Jackass star Ryan Dunn's death. The page was restored one hour later, according to Ebert's Twitter.
The page was removed in error. We apologize for the inconvenience, Facebook spokesman Andrew Noyes told Hollywood Reporter.
After posting the controversial tweet Monday, Ebert apologized to Dunn's family and friends on his blog Tuesday morning.
Dunn, age 34, star of the stunt-filled television show and movies Jackass, died early Monday after his car went off the road and crashed in West Goshen Township, Pa, the New York Times reports.