A post circulating on Facebook claims that the actor Amber Heard used a quote from a movie in the opening lines of her testimony during the trial of a defamation case brought against her by her former husband, the actor Johnny Depp. A number of people
Another rumor about the Depp v. Heard case makes the rounds.
Suggests Amber Heard snorted cocaine while on the stand in court.
A video purports to show the actor's sneaking a bump mere feet away from the judge during her testimony.
Amber Heard plagiarized lines from the movie “The Talented Mr. Ripley” in her opening statement during the Johnny Depp libel trial.
This rumor doesn't pass the smell test.
Heard's attorney Benjamin Rottenborn opening statement during the trial did not include lines from The Talented Mr. Ripley script.
Social media users claimed Heard uttered lines borrowed verbatim from the film "The Talented Mr. Ripley" during an opening statement at trial.
Depp, 58, is suing Heard for libel in Fairfax County Circuit Court after she wrote a December 2018 op-ed in The Washington Post describing herself as “a public figure representing domestic abuse.”
C.S. Lewis, the late author of books including “The Chronicles of Narnia,” has been credited with penning a passage that predates the pandemic by about 80 years but might sound […] The post C.S. Lewis didn’t write, ‘They belie
The experts found that cancel culture had exploded in the last year — with 82 per cent of people having first encountered it in the past 12 months. The Sun, 29 June 2021. An article in the Sun, published on 29 June, claims that experts found &ld
First came the amazing pictures, then the video. Now NASA is sharing sounds of its little helicopter humming through the thin Martian air.
One New Hampshire family's gender reveal party was definitely a blast.
Several gossip-oriented entertainment publications have run with the claim, but official statements on the matter are lacking.
Did Joe Biden and Kamala Harris promote a campaign event in Phoenix on October 8, 2020, and hardly anyone turned out for it? No, that's not true: Video of Fox10 reporter Nicole Garcia reporting from outside the Heard Museum in Phoenix was
Depp said the couple’s tempestuous marriage broke down for good after an incident in which he accused Heard or one of her friends of defecating in the couple’s bed.
A tweet prompted some conversation about fake conversations.
The accounts of the two embassy staffers could tie Trump closer to alleged efforts to hold up military aid to Ukraine in exchange for investigations into political rival Joe Biden and his son Hunter’s business dealings.
In response to the NBA defending Daryl Morey’s freedom of speech, Chinese officials took it away from the Los Angeles Lakers and Brooklyn Nets.
A rescue team has heard noises from inside a cargo ship where four crew members are missing after their huge vessel overturned and caught fire, but the flames and smoke have so far prevented the rescuers from safely penetrating the unstable vessel.
A routine review of content labeled satire.
Was Rashida Tlaib overheard saying she would bring "Jihhaad" (not "jihad", important difference...) to America? No, that's not true. The story was published by a liberal satire website that tries to fool Trump supporters and Republicans into s
A family battle has been waged for decades over who controls the works of iconic author John Steinbeck.
Results from a unique NASA study are raising new questions for doctors as the space agency aims to send people to Mars.
It appears Felipe Gomez Alonzo got sick after U.S. Border Patrol authorities moved him from El Paso, Texas, to Alamogordo, New Mexico, because of overcrowding.
John Heard, best known for playing the father in the “Home Alone” movie series, has died.
Circulating report claims that a new mosque to be built in Birmingham UK will have a speaker system that can be heard 15 miles away. The post FAKE-NEWS: ‘Mosque to Have Speakers That Can be Heard 15 Miles Away’ appeared first on Hoax-Slayer.
A late attack ad from a super PAC supporting one of Kathy Barnette’s opponents in the Pennsylvania Senate Republican primary makes several misleading claims about Barnette, who has surged in the polls. The ad highlights a Barnette tweet with the
On May 3 2022, a Facebook user warned that “yoga Barbie” poses a spiritual threat to innocent children: “Yoga Barbie” is at Target on the shelf. Satan always comes as appearing innocent. He will never come with horns and a pitch
The person whose comments appear to have fueled the unverified rumor about Justice Alito moving to an “undisclosed location” has said he cannot remember where he first heard that claim.
In May 2022, news and discussion about a formula shortage in the United States ticked upward — but the severity of the issue and its implications were rarely clear in broad reporting. Complicating matters were the narrow and uneven — but no
A screenshot of an article posted to Facebook claims the “sudden rise of unvaccinated children with liver damage, were breastfed (by fully vaccinated mothers)”. The apparent implication of this is that recently-reported cases of hepatitis i
You may have heard this "horse's ass" joke before.
Is former President Barack Obama a Muslim? No, that's not true: He has spoken frequently about being a Christian, not a Muslim. He gave speeches about his Christian faith before and during his eight-year presidency. The site that posted t
A leaked draft opinion indicated that the Supreme Court is ready to abolish the 1973 Roe v. Wade decision establishing a constitutional right to abortion. The draft isn’t final, but what happens if the court decides that Roe “must be overru
Are the ingredients put in vaccines toxic to people? No, that's not true: Before a vaccine is licensed by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and recommended for use by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) it's tested a
Two years into the coronavirus pandemic, Americans can be forgiven if they’ve lost track of the latest variants circulating nationally and around the world. We’ve heard of the alpha, beta, […] The post A guide to the many omicron subvariants
Quick Take During an event honoring teachers, President Joe Biden said students are “not somebody else’s children; they’re like yours when they’re in the classroom.” Biden’s words were misrepresented in the National Rev
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On April 28 2022, the Facebook page “Vagina Devil Magic” shared an image of a “You Remember the Real America” handbill, dated June 1980 and featuring eerily familiar political sentiments — 42 years later. The text on the f