The celebrity death hoax trend won't go away, and Amanda Bynes seems to be the latest victim. There were reports of her supposed death as far back as April of this year, and despite evidence since that she is clearly alive, though questionably well, the rumors continue.

The false reports have come from multiple sources, none of which are reliable, some of which have the specific purpose of creating fake news stories. The death hoaxes have become so frequent that there is a web site dedicated to clearing them up for worried fans, Who's Alive and Who's Dead.

The report in April was posted on a web site called the Internet Chronicle, which has a very strange description on the "About" page. They claimed the actress committed suicide and left a note on Twitter.

The site goes into a lot of detail, such as saying the time of death was 3:27 a.m.

In addition to the fake note, there is also an entry on Necropedia, a web site dedicated to making up fake obituaries.  They have one for her that is dated July 3, 2013, which they describe as an "anticipated" obituary. They give no further information as to whether they have knowledge about Bynes plans for tonight that tell them something the rest of don't know that would lead them to believe she has an impending demise scheduled for tomorrow.

Her supposed death was also "reported" on a fake news site, Media Mass, which is dedicated to creating fake celebrity stories, often listed as being written by Jessica Simpson, with a page layout to look like People Weekly.

"I Want A Million Dollars A Year For Illegally Having My Mind Read And Privacy Stolen," Bynes tweeted, today.

Bynes has been troubled lately, making her an obvious target for one of these cruel hoaxes. She has publicly posted to her Twitter account about anorexia, as well as many other statements indicative of erratic behavior, as well as being arrested for multiple driving infractions and shaving half of her head.

Here is the fake note:

Other recent victims of death hoaxes have included Justin Bieber, Adam Sandler, Hillary Clinton, Kristen Stewart, Angelina Jolie, Paula Deen, Justin Timberlake and Nelson Mandela.