Is This a Picture of a Fisherman and a 102-Pound Shrimp?
Once again, a hoax on the Internet came to be taken as credible as if it had been proved true with rigor and professionalism.
Thousands of readers inquired about people featured in a viral video pulled by social media companies for pushing COVID-19 misinformation in July 2020.
A spoof omnibus conspiracy theory linked a company developing a potential COVID-19 vaccine to several prominent figures.
The premise of this question is inherently flawed.
The actor is one of several celebrities who have become the target of bizarre conspiracy theories about "elite pedophile sex trafficking rings."
Sharing a first name is not the same as sharing an identity.