Chloe Grace Moretz Slams Death Hoax As ‘Digusting’ And ‘Sick’

Chloë Grace Moretz has slammed a recent death hoax.

Global Associated News reported that Moretz “died shortly after a snowboard accident” in Switzerland, where the 16-year-old has spent time the past few days.

The Carrie star took to Twitter Sunday to discuss the awful rumor.

“I don’t know who made this up but you’re disgusting. I am not dead. I did not die from snowboarding. It isn’t even snowing here in Switzerland,” she wrote. “I’ve had my loved ones calling crying to check and see if I’m alive. Don’t make this up. It’s not real. I am fully alive and here. You’re sick.”

Moretz isn’t the first celebrity to become a victim of a death hoax. Previous victims include Eddie Murphy, Adam Sandler, Will Smith, Tiger Woods, Bill Cosby, and more. An overwhelming amount of the hoaxes involve snowboarding accidents, and a number of the celebrities have “died” more than once. Murphy has been the victim of at least six death hoaxes.

Not only is Chloe Grace Moretz alive and well, but she recently started her own rumor with a couple of innocent tweets. The Kick-Ass 2 star sparked rumors that she would be starring inStar Wars Episode VII after she tweeted, “Darth Maul is terrifying” and “total creep” with a picture of the villain. Moretz also tweeted, “Already on episode III revenge of the sith. Today was productive.”

Moretz has said in the past that she would be interested in a role in the upcoming film.

“Yeah, I mean I can’t really speak about it,” she said. “It’s exciting and it would be a very cool thing to be a part of and I think JJ’s brilliant but we’ll see.”

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