Celebrities... want to block your name from working on the FakeAWish.com sites?
Believe it or not, we have never received a celebrity name removal request! If you are a celebrity or the business manager for celebrity and wish to have a name blocked from working on the site, please follow the instructions below.
Submit the following:
1 - your name
2 - celebrity name
3 - your contact phone & email
4 - relationship the the celebrity
5 - submit the information via this contact form
URGENT... do not submit false removal requests. Some celebrities actually ask that we spread death rumors on their behalf for the purpose of free press and media coverage. While you might think you are doing them a favor, in some cases you will be damaging their media and promotions campaigns
Fakeawish.com fake news story templates never involve drugs or alcohol, or anything that could reflect poorly on ones character, etc. They are all absurd circumstances involving an accident that is of no fault of the victim by way of intoxication, hatred, or anything slanderous. Dispelling a rumor is typically as simple as tweeting to fans, or smiling for the cameras when the mainstream media comes calling to see if you are ok. In many cases is is a fantastic free press opportunity - to not only dispel rumors that you are not dead... but to plug current projects, appearances, etc.
If you still want to have your name blocked on the site, please allow up to 48 hours after the removal request credentials can be validated. All contact information will be kept strictly confidential.
about this web site. All stories / articles are dynamically generated using a generic 'template' and are not factual. Any reference to specific individuals has been 100% fabricated by web site visitors who have created fake stories by entering a name into a blank 'non-specific' template for the purpose of entertainment. We do not store or archive any names or visitor information on our servers and do not have a database associated with this website - it's just a series of flat html files using a domain name / DNS trick.