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13, 2017, that Sandler was found dead of an apparent suicide and even cited their source as Marin County Police Department in California and “quoted” Sandler’s “utterly heartbroken” wife, Jackie.

Although trafficforgoods.site’s July 2016 headline that “Nicolas Cage passed away because of a serious Motorcycle Accident” and the body of the story said he died when he “lost control of his snowboard and struck a tree,” social media took the bait and ran with it.

Conspiracy loving Beatles fans believe that Mc Cartney died in 1966 and everything that’s happened to “him” since then is courtesy of a look-alike and sound-alike.

Not only that, they believe clues to Mc Cartney’s fate were revealed in songs written by fellow musicians George Harrison and John Lennon.

“Today” caught up with the 21-year-old three months later about his near-death experience.“Jackie is alive and well,” read a note on the action star’s Facebook page following internet buzz that he died. As recently as May 10, a tweet popped up saying that she was found dead and another one said her publicist confirmed it.

“He did not suffer a heart attack and die, as was reported on many social networking sites and in online news reports.”Cher was added to the celebrity death hoax list of victims after a “R. Shortly thereafter, someone set up a Go Fun Me to protect her from harm.

2016 in which she appeared to collapse while getting into a van, ABC News weekend anchor Joe Torres said on that evening’s newscast, “We begin with the breaking news about Hillary Clinton’s death.” The anchor meant to say “health” rather than “death,” but Twitter nonetheless had a field day, sparking speculation that the woman who emerged from her daughter Chelesa’s home a few hours later was a look-alike because the former first lady had died. Although the post concluded with the message “Please show your sympathy and condolences by commenting on and liking this page,” wasn’t a clue that it was a fake, the reports of her passing went viral and attracted nearly a million likes.

The story went as far as to blame the rapper for the crash, saying he swerved into an oncoming truck because he was on his cell phone.“The thing that worries me is my mum,” according to Digital Spy.“It makes me a little mad – she’s 86 years old and if I’m not on the phone telling her I’m OK four seconds after it’s on the news…If granted, the “RIP Vin Diesel” post was sent as spam to everyone on that user’s friends list.Link Beef, which was the breeding ground for several celebrity death hoaxes, reported on Jan.

The story went as far as to blame the rapper for the crash, saying he swerved into an oncoming truck because he was on his cell phone.

“The thing that worries me is my mum,” according to Digital Spy.

“It makes me a little mad – she’s 86 years old and if I’m not on the phone telling her I’m OK four seconds after it’s on the news…

If granted, the “RIP Vin Diesel” post was sent as spam to everyone on that user’s friends list.

Link Beef, which was the breeding ground for several celebrity death hoaxes, reported on Jan.

Another fake news outlet picked up the story, tweaked it and added a Photoshopped pic of a motorcycle crash scene, Cage’s face and a CNN chyron.