Reese Witherspoon used social media to provide a false report that she put her Nashville home on the market, according to a report.
Reese Witherspoon took to social media this week after fact-checking a story about herself that she falsely claims reported that they had listed one of her Nashville homes for sale.
The star of “Legally Blonde,” “Walk the Line” and other movies, posted a screengrab on Instagram of a “exclusive” Variety story that she was parting with her chic mansion — except the house is pictured with the article was not yet the hare, Vanity Fair reported.
“Hey @variety,” Witherspoon wrote. “This house is so nice, but it’s not mine!”
Sooo according to Reese Witherspoon itself, which is not her home… #clickbait #fakenews #tellstories pic.twitter.com/6H8If4AYcT
— Charlotte Oliva (@CharlotteOliva_) 30 May 2018
W Magazine, who wrote a story about Witherspoon the problem with Diversity, reported that the star’s publicity team came in contact with W, saying: “”the story about Reese Witherspoon selling her Nashville home is where…This is completely incorrect.”
Variety has since taken his online piece, the link now leads to a “Article Not Found” error message.
Witherspoon is not the first celebrity to use social media to correct inaccurate articles about them.
Drake recently took to social media to explain that a photo of him in blackface that rival rapper Pusha T for his latest diss track as the feud between the two heats up.
Model Karlie Kloss used social media in 2016 to clear reports that she’s feuding with Kim Kardashian, Kanye West and Taylor Swift, Vanity Fair reported.
I will not allow the media to misconstrue my words. Taylor has always had my back and I will always have of her.
— Karlie Kloss (@karliekloss) 16 August 2016
Meanwhile, celebrities such as “NCIS” star Mark Harmon prefer to avoid social media at all to keep track of their own personal life.
“It’s not even a choice. It is who we are,” he told Closer Weekly. “We have to stay at home. A lot. I’m not a Twitter guy or a Facebook guy. Our sons do not.”
Fox News’ Ryan Gaydos and Stephanie Nolasco contributed to this report.