Miley Cyrus

False reports surfaced on the Internet in early September 2008 that <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PECLB001692" title="Miley Cyrus" href="/topic/entertainment/television/miley-cyrus-PECLB001692.topic">Miley Cyrus</a> had died in a hit-and-run accident on her way to the "Hannah Montana" set. Fortunately for tween pop fans everywhere, the story was bogus. A false Reuters article spread around the web claiming that Miley Cyrus had died in a terrible car accident. This incident, which was also reported by TMZ, was quickly debunked, as Miley performed in concert the following Friday.<br>
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A similar incident took place in November 2008, when someone hacked into Cyrus' <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="ORCRP00000211004" title="YouTube" href="/topic/economy-business-finance/technology-industry/youtube-ORCRP00000211004.topic">YouTube</a> account and posted a video stating she died after being hit by a drunk driver.
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( Bryan Bedder | Getty Images / August 28, 2009 )

False reports surfaced on the Internet in early September 2008 that Miley Cyrus had died in a hit-and-run accident on her way to the "Hannah Montana" set. Fortunately for tween pop fans everywhere, the story was bogus. A false Reuters article spread around the web claiming that Miley Cyrus had died in a terrible car accident. This incident, which was also reported by TMZ, was quickly debunked, as Miley performed in concert the following Friday.

A similar incident took place in November 2008, when someone hacked into Cyrus' YouTube account and posted a video stating she died after being hit by a drunk driver.

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