Sylvester Stallone Killed by Internet Death Hoax

Fans were shocked and many have expressed their condolences for the world-renowned actor Sylvester Stallone, but the expendables star is alive and kicking.

According to media source, the internet death hoax presented with very detailed but falsified evidence for the death of Stallone. A picture shot from a 2013 edition of Journal Star was used to convince netizens about his death, however the photo being used was to show an accident in Beatrice, Nebraska that killed a 53-year old man.

Hollywood actor Sylvester Stallone said he wasn’t sure about taking on the role in Grudge Match [GETTY]

Despite all hoax, Stallone has ignored the hoax and remains silent on the matter.

The recent news regarding the death of actor Sylvester Stallone is a hoax. It was reported on August 25, 2014 that the Hollywood actor died in a single vehicle crash between Ipswich and Willowbank in Queensland, but apparently the news came from a satirical website.

The original article states, “Actor Sylvester Stallone died in a single vehicle crash between Ipswich and Willowbank in Queensland as confirmed by Royal Queensland Police - August 25, 2014. The accident occurred at approximately 5:30 a.m. (UTC/GMT +10). Sylvester Stallone is believed to have been in the area while on vacation. He was identified by photo ID found at the scene. Alcohol and drugs do not appear to have been a factor in this accident.”