The Sara Lee Car Accident / Death Video Scam!

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Does a death video showing the terrible car accident that killed former WWE star Sara Lee really exist?!

Take a look at the viral claims, and find out what the facts really are!


Claim : Here Is The Sara Lee Car Accident / Death Video!

A number of rumour / fake news websites are now capitalising on the sudden death of former WWE star Sara Lee.

They are claiming that they have the video of how he died, posting on YouTube

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The Sara Lee Car Accident / Death Video Scam!


Truth : There Is No Sara Lee Car Accident / Death Video!

This is another example of FAKE NEWS that some websites and YouTube channels create for more views and money, and here are the reasons why…

Fact #1 : Unknown How Sara Lee Died

It is still unknown how Sara Lee died. Her cause of death has not been revealed.

Her mother announced her death on Facebook, on Friday, October 7, 2022, but did not reveal her cause of death.

It is with heavy hearts we wanted to share that our Sara Weston has gone to be with Jesus. We are all in shock and arrangements are not complete. We ask that you respectfully let our family mourn. We all need prayers especially Cory and her children.

It is possible that Sara Lee may have died in a car accident, or in a gym bathroom. But until her cause of death is revealed by her family or the Bexar County Medical Examiner’s Office, anyone who tells you that she died from this or that cause is lying.

Fact #2 : Sara Lee Videos Are All Fake

A number of these websites created fake YouTube videos with misleading titles, claiming to show Sara Lee’s death. Terribly ghoulish and insensitive, if you ask me.

Fortunately – they are ALL fake, if you click and watch those videos. And why not? No one actually knows how she died, much less was present to record it all on video!

Even if someone actually recorded Sara Lee’s death on video (instead of rushing to help), he/she would have provided the video to the Bexar County Sheriff’s Office, and certainly not leaked to some Indian / Pakistani website or YouTube channel!

Fact #3 : Title Screens Are Intentionally Misleading

To mislead you, these fake video creators used misleading photo collages of Sara Lee and some random car accident.

One YouTube channel – Breaking News Today, for example, created and posted two videos, claiming that Sara Lee both died in a car accident AND died after collapsing in the gym bathroom.

To be clear – there is no video footage of Sara Lee dying.

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The Sara Lee Car Accident / Death Video Scam!

Fact #4 : None Of Them Offered Any Evidence

No reputable media outlet know Sara Lee’s cause of death, much less recorded it all on video for our ghoulish entertainment.

Yet, these no-name websites out of India and Pakistan somehow managed to get their grubby little hands on the “car accident video” or “death video” of Sara Lee?

None of those websites claiming to show the Sara Lee death video offered anything remotely close to “evidence”. Their articles will mention “car accident” or “death video” for SEO reasons, but offer nothing else.

Fact #5 : This Is Just Another Example Of Celebrity Fake News

This is yet another example of fake news created by rumour and fake news blogs to drive traffic and increase page views for ad money. Here are examples of other celebrity fake news that we debunked earlier:

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