Category: Hoaxes

JERSEY SHORE Are Ronnie Ortiz-Magro and Jen Harley expecting a second child, or are they just trolling the Internet?

Jersey Shore's turbulent couple Ronnie Ortiz-Magro and Jen Harley welcomed their first child together this year, but they also went through violent fights that left the audience disturbed. Now, it appears the couple are trolling the Internet trying to get a reaction with potential news that Jen may be expecting a sibling for their daughter Ariana Sky. They shared photos of Jen's baby bump, but are these recent photos or from her first pregnancy?

Stevie J’s new baby: Mother of 2-year-old in photos issues threat over LHHATL storyline

Stevie J's new baby might have turned out to be a hoax on the most recent episode of Love & Hip Hop Atlanta–but that doesn't mean the storyline is over for the show's. It seems that Promise B Mae's attempt to extort Stevie with photos of his alleged illegitimate daughter blew up in Promise's face, once it was revealed that she had actually stolen the photos from an unsuspecting mother! And, because VH1 allowed the story to progress on air, it's alleged that the network could be dragged into a lawsuit, as well. Read on for the latest!

Did Les Stroud die? Survivorman death hoax takes root

Did Les Stroud die? It seems a proliferation of unsubstantiated rumors about the fate of the resilient Canadian, he of Survivorman fame, have taken root all over the internet–and, thanks to a spotty schedule for his show in the States, there isn't a whole lot of new information to go around. Read on to find out whether or not Stroud did die (here's a hint: Survivorman is filming new episodes!) and see exactly where these many rumors might've come from!

Jenny Peak mug shot photo, self-assault arrest story is a hoax

There's a viral story currently making the rounds about a woman named Jenny Peak who was arrested in Chicago after winning a $12 bet with her stepfather after he said she couldn't “kick her own ass.” The virality of the story is fueled by a shocking mug shot photo allegedly of Jenny showing the head injuries that she sustained during her successful bid to beat herself up. But, we did a little research and discovered the whole Jenny Peak story is fake. Keep reading to find out the real story behind the all-too-real mug shot photo!