Oprah Posts Bail For ‘Sexy Felon’ Jeremy Meeks - Fake Internet News and Hoax
Jun 25, 2014
The satirical website www.empirenews.net has created another hoax (see below), which claims that Oprah Winfrey has posted bail for Jeremy Meeks. Jeremy Meeks, who is from Stockton, California, was arrested on gang-related crimes, felony weapons charges, and his bail set at $1 million. When the Stockton Police Department posted a mug shot of him on Facebook, the post quickly went viral or popular.
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Thousands of persons commented on his good looks and claimed that he was too good-looking to be a criminal. Some claimed that he was perfect and he should be model.
But, Oprah Winfrey DID NOT post or offer to bail this alleged handsome thug. This is another reason why you should always use popular and reputable news websites as your source of information.
An Exerpt taken from the Fake News
Apparently all the attention Meeks has gotten since being arrested has only helped him, as billionaire actress and media mogul Oprah Winfrey has reportedly agreed to pay Meeks’ $900,000 bail, with the intent of giving him a job as a talk show host on her OWN Network.
“Jeremy is so beautiful. He’s really one of the most gorgeous men I’ve ever seen.” Said Winfrey. “I saw his picture while I was checking my Twitter, and my heart skipped a beat. He is practically the definition of the word ‘sexy’.”
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