Monday, April 24, 2017

More Hate Fake News from Fake Newspaper

So, Erin Moran died of cancer, even many newspapers, including the fake Daily Mail, UK, said she died of a drug overdose.
From the fake Daily Mail: Erin Moran, who shot to fame playing teenager Joanie Cunningham in 1970s sitcom Happy Days, has died at the age of 56.
Authorities found Moran’s body in Indiana following a call about an ‘unresponsive female about 4pm Saturday.
A source told Moran, who lived in a trailer park in New Salisbury, Indiana, died of a suspected heroin overdose.
Read more: From the NY Daily News: Happy Days” star Erin Moran likely died from complications stemming from stage 4 cancer, an autopsy revealed.
The actress, who rose to fame as Joanie Cunningham on the beloved ‘70s series, was found unresponsive by first responders at her New Salisbury, Indiana home on Saturday. She was 56.
A cause of death was not clear at the time, but autopsy results released Monday by the Harris County Sheriff’s Department and Coroner’s Office revealed she “likely succumbed to complications” from the undisclosed form of cancer.
A law enforcement official told People that Moran was being fed through a gastrointestinal tube in her final days.
It should be noted that the Daily News also said Moran died of a drug overdose but they have scrubbed their stories of this information.
So, where does her family and her reputation go to clear her name?  Perhaps and hopefully, court.

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