Peter Fonda called for Barron Trump to be kidnapped in a Twitter rant about the administration’s “zero tolerance” immigration policy. He later deleted the tweet and apologized.
False claims that Tyler Perry is giving away $750,000 spread on social media in June 2018.
Robert De Niro was questioned as a witness in a French prostitution ring in 1998. However, the actor was never charged and denies wrongdoing.
Baseless claims that Anthony Bourdain was ready to come forward with damaging information on Hillary Clinton and a child sex ring before his death are based on tweets that were taken out of context.
Whoopi Goldberg didn’t wear a shirt showing President Trump shooting himself. Roseanne Barr shared an edited photo on Twitter that had been previously debunked.
Guy the beagle rode in a car with Queen Elizabeth the day before the Royal Wedding after being rescued from a shelter by Meghan Markle in 2015.
Smallville actress Allison Mack did not confess to selling children to the Clintons or Rothschilds. That rumor came from a website known for fabricating reports.
Clint Eastwood successfully appealed to have the rating of “15:17 to Paris” changed from “R” to “PG-13.”
Friends the movie is not coming out in April 2018 — a trailer for the “movie” that was created as a work of fan fiction was taken out of context.
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.