Adam Sandler has died yet again, according to the web site Global Associated News, a site known for perpetrating celebrity death hoaxes. The story has been picked up by multiple sites.

Sandler is alive and well, and just the victim of yet another celebrity death hoax. His death was said to occur on May 4 after a snowboarding accident at the Zermatt ski resort in Zermatt, Switzerland.

This is not even Sandler's first time dying in a snowboarding accident at the same resort. In September 2012, a hoax was spread around the Internet that Sandler had died in a snowboarding accident at the same resort. The same rumor was also spread in November 2011. It's like Sandler is Kenny from "South Park" at this point.

Eddie Murphy was the victim of a celebrity death hoax from a snowboarding accident at the same resort as well.

The report spread after a "R.I.P. Adam Sandler" Facebook page attracted almost one million 'likes' on Saturday.

According to the report, Sandler was vacationing at the resort with family and friends, when he lost control of his snowboard and hit a tree. He was then air lifted to a local hospital.

The problem is none of this is true. Sandler's rep officially confirmed that he is alive.

"He joins the long list of celebrities who have been victimized by this hoax," the rep said. "He's still alive and well, stop believing what you see on the Internet."

The web site that reported Sandler's death has a disclaimer at the bottom of the page.

"FAKE... THI STORY IS 100% FAKE!" it reads.  "This is an entertainment website, and this is a totally fake article based on zero truth and is a complete work of fiction for entertainment purposes!"

While some may wonder about the entertainment value of such a story, many of Sandler's fans were very upset.

"I just spent 20 minutes trying to convince my hysterical mother that Adam Sandler isn't dead," write one Twitter user. "Thanks a lot Internet."

"No way is Adams Sandler dead :(( is it actually true," wrote another.

Sandler is the latest in a line of celebrities who have been the victims of death hoaxes, including Nicole Kidman, Kristen Stewart, Justin Bieber, Angelina Jolie, Paula Deen, Justin Timberlake and Hillary Clinton. Hashtag confusion also left many mistakenly thinking Cher was dead.