Fake News: Make-A-Wish Teen Did NOT Request To Receive Oral Sex From Porn Star Teanna Trump As His Final Wish

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  • by: Maarten Schenk
Fake News: Make-A-Wish Teen Did NOT Request To Receive Oral Sex From Porn Star Teanna Trump As His Final Wish

Did terminally ill 17-year-old HIV-positive Jeffrey Jones request oral sex from a porn star as his final wish, hoping to get it fulfilled by the Make-A-Wish foundation? No, that's not true: the story was published by a "fauxtire" site that makes up stories about bizarre crimes and weird sex acts for entertainment purposes but which counts on people not realizing they are reading fiction to get clicks and shares.

The story originated from an article published by Huzlers on February 10, 2019 titled "Make-A-Wish Teen Requests To Receive Oral Sex From Porn Star Teanna Trump As His Final Wish" (archived here) which opened:

NEW ORLEANS - A 17 year old Make-A-Wish foundation teen, who is suffering from a chronic HIV infection, has reportedly made a wish to recieve oral sex from popular pornographic actress Teanna Trump.

Jeffrey Jones, who is currently suffering from a chronic HIV infection, reportedly told his physician he wanted to receive oral sex from porn actress Teanna Trump, and possibly for her to "let me hit", just in case Jeffrey passes away. Although it would be illegal for 21 year old Teanna Trump to engaged in sexual activity with 17 year old Jeffrey, he is turning 18 in a few weeks, at which point it would

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Make-A-Wish Teen Requests To Receive Oral Sex From Porn Star Teanna Trump As His Final Wish

NEW ORLEANS - A 17 year old Make-A-Wish foundation teen, who is suffering from a chronic HIV infection, has reportedly made a wish to recieve oral sex from popular pornographic actress Teanna Trump. Jeffrey Jones, who is currently suffering from a chronic HIV infection, reportedly told his physician he wanted to receive oral sex from ...

But the kid pictured with the story is actually already dead since 2015. He is Anthony Stokes and he died in Roswell, Georgia after a a police chase. The irony was that only two years earlier his life was saved by getting a heart transplant.

Controversial heart transplant teen dies in high-speed police chase

Anthony Stokes died on Tuesday after he crashed a stolen car into a pole while fleeing from the scene of an attempted burglary in Roswell, Georgia He had fired at an elderly woman after breaking into her home Less than two years ago, he was given a life-saving heart transplant

Huzlers styles itself as a "fauxtire" website and carries a disclaimer at the bottom of each page:

Huzlers.com is the most infamous fauxtire & satire entertainment website in the world. If it's trending on social media you'll find it here!

According to Splinter News the site is run by Pablo Reyes and David Martinez and according to Buzzfeed Reyes is involved with several other fake news websites. They tend to shy away from political stories, opting instead to write for a more "urban" audience, with stories about rappers, criminals and celebrities.

NewsGuard, a company that uses trained journalist to rank the reliability of websites, describes huzlers.com as:

A self-described satire website that publishes false stories on urban culture and celebrities that have often been mistaken for real news.

According to NewsGuard the site does not maintain basic standards of accuracy and accountability. Read their full assessment here.

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  Maarten Schenk

Lead Stories co-founder Maarten Schenk is our resident expert on fake news and hoax websites. He likes to go beyond just debunking trending fake news stories and is endlessly fascinated by the dazzling variety of psychological and technical tricks used by the people and networks who intentionally spread made-up things on the internet.  He can often be found at conferences and events about fake news, disinformation and fact checking when he is not in his office in Belgium monitoring and tracking the latest fake article to go viral.

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