The display banner of The Daily Stormer website. The Daily Stormer

The Daily Stormer is a far-right neo-Nazi and white supremacist website that on Sunday night was asked to find a new place for its domain. The site’s name is registered by GoDaddy, but after an incendiary article about the victim of a vehicular attack during the violence in Charlottesville, Virginia over the weekend, they need to find a new home.

In a statement posted to Twitter on Sunday, GoDaddy said the website would be booted from GoDaddy.

“We informed The Daily Stormer that they have 24 hours to move the domain to another provider, as they have violated our terms of service,” read the statement.

“Given this latest article comes on the immediate heels of a violent act, we believe this type of article could incite additional violence, which violates our terms of service,” said GoDaddy spokesman Dan Race to International Business Times.

The article posted calls Heather Heyer, the 32-year-old killed while protesting far-right groups in Charlottesville this weekend, “fat” and “the definition of uselessness.”

The site detailed that because the woman was childless, she was useless to society. It also delved into “female” privilege and took a decidedly anti-female stance.

“Women live an average of 5 years longer than men. The average female lifespan is 81 years. That means for 49 more years, this fat slob would have been leeching off of men’s work,” read the piece attributed to Andre Anglin, who started the website.

The article also makes fun of Heyer for not being able to get out of the way of the car that killed her. The article attacks the woman in several places for her appearance and makes baseless claims as to why she did not have children.

The article also praised the man accused of killing Heyer as a “straight player.”

Anglin, 33, started the site in 2013, taking its name from a Nazi-party newspaper “Der Stürmer,” which was a tabloid that specialized in anti-Semitic caricatures of Jews. The publisher of the newspaper, Julius Streicher, was executed for crimes against humanity after WWII.

The Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), a non-profit that tracks hate groups, called the site a “malignant presence,” in a February issue of its magazine. The SPLC is suing Anglin for a coordinated online attack against a Jewish woman in Montana.

Another article on the site claims that it was taken over by the “hacktivist” group called Anonymous and that they will be taking the site down within 24-hours. The largest Twitter account representing the group claims that they had nothing to do with the hack.

“If goal of Daily Stormer was to get us to celebrate a BS claim, it backfired. Seriously, suck less,” said Anonymous on Twitter.

The 24 hours given by GoDaddy coincides with the alleged Anonymous 24 hours.

The Daily Stormer is filled with flashy graphics and hateful language reminiscent of websites like 4-Chan. It has tabs labeled “the Jewish Problem” and “Race War.” The race war section is dedicated to derogatory depictions of black people and the Jewish problem section does the same with Jews.