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Fake-News - "Brat Pack" Judd Nelson Found Dead in Los Angeles Condo - foxnews .es

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Fake-News - "Brat Pack" Judd Nelson Found Dead in Los Angeles Condo - foxnews .es

The article: "'Brat Pack' Judd Nelson Found Dead in Los Angeles Condo," published on the fake Fox News website 'www.foxnews .es', is NOT true. The American actor, screenwriter, and producer, best known for his role as John Bender in The Breakfast Club, is NOT DEAD and is alive and well. The fake news about his death is spreading on social networking websites and the rest of the internet like wildfire.

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The Hoax: "Brat Pack" Judd Nelson Found Dead in Los Angeles Condo

BREAKING: "Brat Pack" Judd Nelson Found Dead in Los Angeles Condo

BREAKING NEWS: Sources are reporting that Judd Nelson, best known for his role as John Bender in The Breakfast Club, has been found dead at age 55.

Multiple unconfirmed reports say Nelson was found dead Saturday evening in his Los Angeles condo after police responded to a 911 call for an unconscious man around 9:25 p.m.

Although police have not yet released the man's identity, multiple occupants of Sierra Towers, a popular 31-story West Hollywood high-rise, have confirmed that it was Nelson's condo police responded to and a single body was carried out of the apartment on a stretcher..

The website www.foxnews .es, that the hoax was posted on, is a fake and is not associated with the legitimate Fox News website located at www.foxnews.com.

Nelson's agent, Gregg Klein, took the photograph below of the actor holding today's edition of the Los Angeles Times and posted it on popular social networking website www.Twitter.com, to prove that the actor is not dead.

Judd Nelson Reading Los Angeles Times

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