It is the responsibility of the online web pages concerning celebrity news and entertainment magazines to publish accurate and precise accounts of information after careful perusal of all the facts and data. But clearly, some people don’t take this huge responsibility seriously and are willing to post fake news in order to sell their services and garner more audience. They are not the least bit concerned about the impact it will have on the person in question. We are here with yet another example of such utter disregard for the actual facts and matter.
In an article published by the NW, it was claimed that apparently ‘Katie Holmes had gone broke’ and had to resort to desperate means to ‘make ends meet’ for herself and her daughter Suri. The article stated that Holmes’ career had gone on a downward spiral after the Batman Begins film, and she had to star in cheesy C-grade movies and shows. She had to work in advertisements for Quaker Oats and Breyers to earn enough money to keep things afloat. The article then proceeded to dish out some critical comments about her professional career in the entertainment industry.
According to a supposed insider, they came into the knowledge that Holmes had to sell her mansion in Los Angeles for 6 Million Dollars since she couldn’t afford it anymore. Holmes was also relegated to taking public transport and wear raggedy old clothes. They further claimed that she didn’t want to accept any financial help from ex-husband actor Tom Cruise after their divorce and was apparently regretting it now, given her severe financial conditions.
These were the claims made against Katie Holmes and have no basis. In reality, Katie Holmes is one of the most famous and successful celebrities in the entertainment industry and pretty stable financially. She is speculated to receive $400,000 annually for child support from Tom Cruise and doesn’t have to worry about grave financial conditions in the near future. These claims were false and were tarnishing to her reputation. We should be careful of such false claims, and the publishers should adhere to their duties of verifying the articles before publishing them.
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