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Angelina Jolie made headlines for the wrong and undesirable reason on Thursday. Fans were surprised after seeing news and updates on social media indicating that Jolie is dead.
An alleged suicide video made the rounds on Facebook, getting the attention of Netizens. Based on the link that became the talk of the town on Thursday, CNN allegedly obtained a leaked video where Jolie thanked and said goodbye to her supporters and her family — Brad Pitt and their six children.
What Is The Cause Of Death?
Jolie allegedly committed suicide for unknown reasons. Fans speculated that the award-winning actress was depressed of her failing health. Previous rumors, including one from International Business Times, indicated that Jolie was dealing with a disease she and her family do not want the public to know.
Fans who were made to believe about Jolie’s death thought that it has something to do with her rocky relationship with her husband. While there are no concrete reports about it, it has been long rumored that Jolie and Pitt will part ways through divorce soon.
According to Celeb Dirty Laundry, Jolie wants to end her ties with her husband after he discovered the A-list actor cheating on her with Pitt’s ex-wife Jennifer Anniston. Pitt and Anniston were allegedly caught talking to each other frequently, which did not sit well with Jolie.
However, as it turned out all Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie divorce rumors are all false. But at this point, their fans are still wondering whether or not there is something unusual going on in the relationship between their favorite couple.
Angelina Jolie Dead? Just A New Facebook Death Hoax
Like the divorce rumors, news about Jolie’s demise are all untrue. The alleged video of her was not a video at all. It was just a Facebook link meant to steal information from other users or a link that contain malware or viruses that could damage a device or personal computer. Check out the screenshot of the false report below.