LOS ANGELES (LALATE) – Adam Sandler is not dead in a ski accident or snowboarding accident 2013. Adam Sandler hasn’t died today 2013. But a fake death report, which has struck the actor for years, featuring a fabricated ski accident or snowboarding accident, is prompting fan confusion again today. Sandler has not been snowboarding, nor skiing, in Zermatt, Switzerland today.
Adam Sandler fake snowboarding accident or ski accident stories have been the work of MediaFetcher aka Global Associated for years. While fake RIP Adam Sandler Facebook pages have made news over the years, one dubious fabricated tale from Mediafetcher has caused the most fan confusion to date than anything else. Today that same work of fiction is back attempting to kill off Sandler again.
Celebrity fans have watched over the years how Mediafetcher has taken the elements of a snowboard, the Swiss Alps, and a celebrity to create web of deception. The Mediafetcher story itself is a template. It’s a prewritten tale. Dropping in a small disclaimer at the bottom, Mediafetcher asserts the story stems from a “dynamically generated using a generic ‘template’ and is not factual.”
So how did Adam Sandler get caught up in this fabricated tale? Mediafetcher asserts that it has “created fake stories by entering a name into a blank ‘non-specific’ template for the purpose of entertainment.”
The Sandler story is not new, nor unique. Mediafetcher has used it against other celebrities as well.
The fake tale claims that “Adam Sandler …died shortly after a snowboard accident earlier today – June 17, 2013.” The false tale asserts that “the actor & novice snowboarder was vacationing at the Zermatt ski resort in Zermatt, Switzerland with family and friends. Witnesses indicate that Adam Sandler lost control of his snowboard and struck a tree at a high rate of speed.”
Confusion has been striking fans tonight. “Adam Sandler is said to be dead after an alleged snowboard accident in Switzerland”, wrote one confused fan. Others are still angry about when the false Mediafetcher report first surfaced online several years ago. “Adam Sandler isn’t dead, and to whatever [person] made that rumor up you almost made me die inside”. Adam Sandler isn’t dead, nor is Morgan Freeman, Miley Cyrus or Lil Wayne.