Hollywood beauty enraged over secret enemy — a mystery impostor – who’s destroying her rep on the Internet!
IN a bizarre mystery, legendary Hollywood beauty Angie Dickinson claims a secret enemy is impersonating her on the Internet and says she’s outraged over the humiliating hoax.
The former “Police Woman” star, 81, told The ENQUIRER in an exclusive interview that the phony Facebook page makes her look lost and despondent.
“I’m in a FURY over this,” Angie fumed.
“I am NOT on Facebook and I am NOT depressed. We tried to stop this a year ago. It’s someone pretending to be me.”
Angie, once a member of Frank Sinatra’s famed Rat Pack, says she’s the latest victim of Internet pirates who create fake pages of real people on social media websites.
But asked by The ENQUIRER why she hasn’t gone to authorities, Angie didn’t have an answer – and friends believe the posts could be cries for help from the aging actress.
One weird post that raised eyebrows was: “When we get drunk, we fall asleep. When we fall asleep, we commit no sin. When we commit no sin, we go to heaven. So, let’s all get drunk, and go to heaven!”
A pal told The ENQUIRER: “If this is a fraud, Angie needs to shut it down. It makes her look like a nut with a drinking problem who’s suffering from depression.”
ODDLY, Angie seems more concerned over misspellings and bad grammar in some of the posts.
“My parents published a newspaper,” she told The ENQUIRER. “My mother was a copy reader. I was taught to spell.”
She adds that her pal Ol’ Blue Eyes would know what to do with the Internet imposter.
“Frank would break her legs!”