The letter was submitted to court before Brock Turner's sentencing and drew widespread criticism.
One Twitter user, who identified herself on social media as Ali Ozeri, echoed the outrage in an edited version of the letter posted Monday. The letter has been shared more than 18,000 times and liked over 21,000 times as of Wednesday morning.
"I fixed the letter," Ozeri wrote.
In the original letter, Dan Turner described his son as a dedicated, humble athlete who enjoyed cooking. He wrote that his son and family were "broken and shattered" by the verdict.
"I had to make sure to hide some of my favorite pretzels or chips because I knew they wouldn't be around long after Brock walked in from swim practice," Dan Turner wrote.
"(B)ut these cute details don't have anything to do with the rape he committed," Ozeri wrote.
"Now he barely consumes any foods and eats only to exist," Dan Turner wrote.
"(B)ecause he screwed his own life and many other lives up by raping someone," Ozeri wrote.
Brock Turner was found guilty of assault with intent to commit rape of an intoxicated or unconscious person, penetration of an intoxicated person and penetration of an unconscious person. The charges do not include rape, which under California law requires a perpetrator to penetrate his or her victim with a sexual organ.
As part of his sentence, Brock Turner is required to register as a sex offender for the rest of his life.