Leonardo DiCaprio and girlfriend Nina Agdal figured in a car accident on Saturday, August 20, in the Hamptons confirmed multiple reports. Additional details state that the accident was minor but this did not stop some websites of riding the news and reporting that Leonardo DiCaprio is dead. This means that another celebrity death hoax is busted.
What DiCaprio and his girlfriend experienced was just a minor accident with reports stating that it was a “fender-bender” and both are on their way to recovering physically and emotionally.
People.com sources state that DiCaprio and Agdal are “doing great” and Page Six, which was the first media outlet to report the accident, the pair was driving a friend’s car in the accident and an ambulance was present after the incident but only for precautionary means.
A Facebook page gained some notoriety Saturday after it stated that “R.I.P. Leonardo DiCaprio” and gullible Facebook users liked the page almost 1 million times.
“At about 11 a.m. ET on Saturday (August 20, 2016), our beloved actor Leonardo DiCaprio passed away. Leonardo DiCaprio was born on November 11, 1974 in Los Angeles. He will be missed but not forgotten. Please show your sympathy and condolences by commenting on and liking this page,” the About Page of the nuisance Facebook page stated.
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Leonardo DiCaprio and his GF were reportedly in a Range Rover and figured in the accident with a Mini Cooper driven by a woman.
“She was shaken up. Leo was nice about it. He motioned for her to come with him, and he helped her over to the guardrail so she could rest,” the article reported about DiCaprio’s first reaction to the accident.
The woman was also not injured like DiCaprio and Agdal. No formal charges from either side have been reported.
Leonardo DiCaprio is not dead and is in fact working on “The Turning Point” and “The Ivory Game” documentaries as a producer, according to IMDB.com. The popular actor also produced “Live by Night” and “Robin Hood: Origins” movies made this or for release in 2016.
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