Hackers create Brad Pitt death hoax virus
Brad Pitt death report is a dangerous hoax! Reports reveal a very clever computer hacking scam is attached to a recent death hoax report claiming that Brad Pitt is dead.
Pitt is very much alive, but a warning has been issued by Facebook according to celebrity news site TMZ that clicking on this Pitt death link could expose not only your computer but your phone and various devices to hackers who are standing ready to wreak havoc on your lives! The social media site is warning all to avoid clicking on a fake link that appears to be a Fox News report on Pitt's death. It is also highly suggested that if you have already clicked the link that you immediately change all passwords!
TMZ describes the malware as 'evil genius' considering just how much public interest is being generated to any and all information surrounding the Pitt-Jolie divorce news. Once again, Brad Pitt is not dead! He is, however, going through what is looking to become one of the nastiest Hollywood couple divorces to take place in a long time.
The "Meet Joe Black" star has also faced some pretty vicious insults thrown his way by other Hollywood celebs such as Chelsea Handler who made a point to slam both Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie recently on her Netflix series. However, Brad ex-wife "Friends" star Jen Aniston has remained mostly silent on the subject.
What we do know at this time is that reports are revealing that Brad and Angie had an iron clad prenup and that money will not be an issue in the estranged couple's settlement. The main fight will be concerning the couple's six children. It appears as if Brad is completely furious with Angelina over the stories being spread about his alleged weed, booze and anger issues. He is also very unhappy that Jolie has painted a picture describing him as a potential danger to their children, claiming that Brad recently laid angry hands upon the couple's 15-year-old adopted son Maddox.