Pamela Anderson, Playboy Model And Baywatch Star, Dead Is A Celebrity Death Hoax

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Pamela Anderson found dead at age 50 is a celebrity death hoax. There is no truth to a story that the former Playboy model And Baywatch television star had passed.

Where did this celebrity death hoax originate? Abcnews-us.com published the fake news article on March 15, 2018, falsely claiming that the Los Angeles Fire Department responded to a call to Anderson’s home but arrived to find that she had died from a fall. You can read the hoax below.

World famous Playboy model and Baywatch starlet Pamela Anderson has died at the age of 50.

At 8:00 am on March 12, the Los Angeles Fire Department responded to “a medical request” at the Los Angeles home of Anderson. She had apparently collapsed in a bathroom. Firefighters attended to Anderson on the scene before transporting her to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, where she was admitted with complications attributed to Hepatitis C. According to Chief Coroner Jonathan Lucas M.D., during the course of her treatment Anderson developed pneumonia and died at 10:04 this morning after going into cardiac arrest.

However, there is no truth to the above story. For one thing, there has been no legitimate news coverage of Anderson’s death. Abcnews-us.com is not the actual, official website for ABCNews. Rather, the real site is abcnews.go.com where there is no actual story about Anderson’s “death.”

Additionally, Anderson’s Twitter account does not make any reference to any death or illness that has affected the actress and model. Rather, her Twitter account mentions the recent appointment by President Donald Trump of Gina Haspel as the new head of the C.I.A. despite having played a role in the torture program.

Anderson is an activist for the animal rights movement and has conducted campaigns condemning the commercial fur industry and promoting veganism through the animal rights organization People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA).

Nonetheless, people were fooled about the celebrity death hoax and shared it on social media. Here are some examples of people sharing the celebrity death hoax on social media.

Recently, Anderson claimed that Tommy Lee’s new gal has been enabling the rocker’s drinking habit. Lee’s fiancée, Brittany Furlan, responded to Lee’s ex-wife Anderson’s comments. The feud started after the Mötley Crüe drummer, 55, and his 21-year-old son, Brandon, with Anderson, got into a physical fight at Lee’s Calabasas, Calif., home, according to Fox News.

What did you think of the celebrity death hoax about Anderson? Did you believe the celebrity death hoax or see people sharing it falsely on social media? Let us know in the comments section.
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