A woman clubbing her boyfriend to death because he cheated on her in a dream is fake news. There is no truth to a report that a woman killed her boyfriend because he cheated on her in a dream.
Where did this fake news originate? The Valley Report published the fake news article reporting that a woman clubbed her boyfriend to death because he cheated on her in a dream. You can read it below.
A 28-year-old man is dead after his girlfriend beat him to death because she had a dream he cheated on her with a waitress at a golf course. According to police, the woman woke the man up to confront him. “It appears as though she did try to get a reasonable explanation from her boyfriend about why he was sleeping around on her in her sleep. When he said he couldn’t possibly know why she had a dream like that, she took out his nine iron and murdered him with it.”
It still counts as cheating, even though it didn’t really happen,” the woman explained. “He said that was ridiculous, as though my horoscope and subconscious mind were wrong. He attacked my intuition as a woman so I defended myself with his golf club.”
However, there is no truth to the above story, according to Hoax Alert. The photograph used in the fake news is actually a mugshot from a 2011 arrest of a woman who “allegedly crashed into the back of a vehicle which was stopped behind another vehicle causing the middle vehicle to hit the front one.” From that initial story, the image has made the rounds online on the “Most Attractive Mug Shots” circuit.
Here are some examples of people sharing the fake news on social media.
— Pirate Dog (@realEricBlaze) July 30, 2017
— .b¦^ìz€. (@smashy321) July 14, 2017
— σε βαριεμαι (@Stavros_Rockass) May 24, 2017
Woman clubs boyfriend to death because he cheated on her in a dream https://t.co/zh7KhyN8lO
— DylanNobles (@Sat3xgaming) April 16, 2017
Woman clubs boyfriend to death because he cheated on her in a dream https://t.co/w16kHMsI8Z
— DJ EL MERO MERO (@djelmeromero) April 14, 2017
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