Actress Kristen Stewart, best known for her role in the "Twilight" series, is the latest victim of the celebrity death hoax craze, as a web site is reporting the Stewart died in a Jet-Ski accident in Turks and Caicos on Monday.
According to the false report, Stewart hit a concrete boat slip in Parrot Cay. The web site reports that she was the only one on the watercraft and that the accident occurred at 8:45 a.m.
Stewart is the latest in a long line of celebrities to have false death reports on the Internet. She even has a page entry on the web site Necropedia, which makes fake obituaries for celebrities.
Stewart is alive and well, however, and busy being the subject of other gossip. She didn't attend the Teen Choice Awards, held on Sunday, where she reportedly avoided an awkward run in with her ex-boyfriend and former "Twilight" co-star, Robert Pattinson, who also chose not to attend. Their film, "Twilight: Breaking Dawn Part 2" was up for many awards at the ceremony, winning seven of them.
Stewart is rumored to be flirting with Lane Garrison, her co-star in the film "Camp X-Ray," which is currently filming. They were photographed together on August 9 off the set, causing rumors of a possible relationship to start.
The photographs were posted by Instagram user WestVelynsnipes, who promotes hats, which Stewart and Garrison were both wearing. The hats read "Those Mothaf...as."
A source told Hollywoodlife.com that Stewart is recovering from the break-up by distracting herself with other things, such as work.
"She's been able to distract herself completely - and maybe even begin to move on - by throwing herself into the work."
The source said that Stewart feels that her current film is the most complex role she has played up to this point. She has been listening to songs that pertain to her character in preparation for the role.
Stewart recently was in the press for cursing out the paparazzi.
Other recent victims of internet death hoaxes include Justin Bieber, Amanda Bynes, Angelina Jolie, Justin Timberlake and Hillary Clinton, among others.
Stewart filming her upcoming film "Camp X-Ray."
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