A website known for publishing fabricated reports is behind bogus claims that George Soros suffered a massive heart attack in Hungary on Christmas Eve.
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.
Morgan Freeman didn’t die at 80 in October 2017 — the rumor came from a websites that enables users to generate “prank” stories.
Kid Rock isn’t dead, a website that publishes spoof articles for users to prank their friends with is behind those false rumors.
False rumors that Clint Eastwood died in June 2017 were started by a clickbait report published by a website based in Singapore.
False rumors about WWE wrester Big Show being shot and killed in the ring started out as satire and as later mistaken for actual news.
A fake news website is behind a series of false reports about Fox News host Tucker Carlson being killed in a suspicious car accident.
False reports that Bill Clinton suffered a health crisis and was on the verge of death were spread by a website known for publishing false reports.
Celebrity death hoaxes are nearly as old as the internet, and they leave no one unscathed. In this case, it’s Justin Campbell (perhaps most recognizable as the “Jake from State Farm” actor. But he isn’t …