False rumors that Julia Roberts said Michelle Obama is not fit to clean Melania Trump’s toilet started at a website known for publishing fabricated or misleading reports.
A false rumor that Tyler Perry and Oprah Winfrey are giving away 4,000 Walmart gift cards came from a Facebook account that’s not affiliated with the celebrities.
A fabricated news report is behind false accounts that a CIA agent confessed to murdering Bob Marley on his deathbed.
False reports a message delivered by Sandra Bullock to Hillary Clinton about support for President Trump came from a fabricated report.
Reports that David Cassidy dies at 67 in November 2017 weren’t true, but Cassidy was in critical condition with organ failure at th time.
Bogus rumors that Michael Moore was accused of sexual assault by four underage girls came from a website that publishes “satirical fiction.”
Morgan Freeman didn’t die at 80 in October 2017 — the rumor came from a websites that enables users to generate “prank” stories.
Ashley Judd tweeted a quote about the U.S. ranking 104th in women in government, but she didn’t say she wanted to move to the Middle East.
Jennifer Lawerence linked Mother Nature’s wrath to inactivity on climate change, but she didn’t blame President Trump for natural disasters.
False claims that Celine Dion said she hates America and can’t stand to look at the American flag are nothing more than clickbait.