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Sep 232010
 

This has already been announced in the comments, but there are still an alarming number of freaked out tweets and Facebook wall posts being written, as well as keyword searches for “Alex Lambert Hemorrhoids”, so it’s going up here in capital letters, where everyone can see it:

ALEX LAMBERT DID NOT TWEET ABOUT HIS HEMORRHOIDS.

Yesterday’s tweet was a HACK — a PRANK. He must have left his laptop unattended while still logged onto twitter, allowing the culprits to post the tweet. Who, you ask, would do such a dastardly thing? None other than notorious British rock band (and Alex’s friends), Purple Melon. This is not guessing, they have confessed — it is confirmed! (Laugh! It’s funny!)

Second item of business:

THE FACEBOOK ACCOUNT www.facebook.com/HandsThatHurt DOES NOT BELONG TO ALEX!!

The person messaging people, offering to “Facebook marry” people or add them as his/her relatives is AN IMPOSTER. Don’t be fooled! (Oh, and goes without saying that the blinding lime-green Formspring account under the name “alexlambertyo” is fake, too.)

Once again, Alex has only TWO real Facebook accounts: his “personal” account (you must be logged into Facebook to view and he has reached the maximum number of friends), and his “fan” account.

Then there is his MySpace account, and of course @TrueAlexLambert is his Twitter.

Alright, are we all clear now? Good! :wink:



 

 
UPDATE:
The fake Alex Lambert Facebook user has now removed all the marriages/relatives and related wall posts, tidied up the profile, and changed the profile pic to the one seen at left.
Guess what, IT’S STILL FAKE!!! And more people are being added as friends every day… sigh.
They have disabled the fake formspring account, so at least something was accomplished.

  11 Responses to “Alex Lambert Twitter and Facebook Impersonators: Setting the Record Straight”

Comments (11)
  1. it makes me mad that the fake Alex facebook has so many friends!!

  2. How does one go about letting Facebook know that it is an illegitimate account? Does Alex have to do it himself? The Melon tweet was a joke among friends and a pretty funny one at that. Setting up a fake facebook account and misleading so many people like that is not just a prank. I think it’s called identity theft.

  3. I just reported the fake FB site for “impersonating a celebrity.” We’ll see what happens.

  4. I think the fb page got deleted… i was looking at it, and when I clicked the “older entries” button it said “page was not found.”
    then i looked the page up again and it wasn’t there.

  5. oops, nevermind. its back up. :getlost:

  6. haha, bunch of wanna be’s

  7. hi alex
    i am lindsay i am 17 i go to north rockland high school and i play sports and make some friends
    i am a fan of you i love you
    when you get this message plz write me back

    • Hi Lindsay! Thanks for commenting, but this is just Alex’s fansite, run by fans, not Alex. If you want to write to him, here’s his address!

      19 Entertainment
      Attention: If I Can Dream – ALEX LAMBERT
      8560 West Sunset Blvd
      9th Floor
      West Hollywood, CA 90069

  8. I hope they get deleted soon!

  9. This is the price of celebrity. Nowadays people are not contented to dress, act or look like you; they want to be you if they can make it fly. People with a penchant for this are having a field day at social networking sites. It seems that every celebrity worth his salt has an account he doesn’t know about because it is fake. It would be impossible to put a stop to this but reducing incidents like this should be something that should be looked into.

  10. IDTheftReview:
    This is the price of celebrity. Nowadays people are not contented to dress, act or look like you; they want to be you if they can make it fly. People with a penchant for this are having a field day at social networking sites. It seems that every celebrity worth his salt has an account he doesn’t know about because it is fake. It would be impossible to put a stop to this but reducing incidents like this should be something that should be looked into.

    Amen, brother ! (or sister, It’s hard to tell :ermm: )

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