Danielle Chiara, the entertainment editor of J-14 magazine, says many top celebrities are being victimized by people who put up bogus MySpace pages and write pretend blogs as the celebrity.
Chiara says Carrie Underwood doesnt have a MySpace page, but keeps meeting fans who claim they had an e-mail chat with her on the website.
Other celebrities whove been the victim of fake MySpace pages include Lindsey Lohan and Kristin Cavallari, who insists she doesnt have a MySpace account.
But the celebrity whos been victimized the most is High School Musical star Zac Efron. Someone posted a fake MySpace page that included his real phone number and his family has been bombarded with calls.
Its hard to tell if a MySpace page is fake, so if youre chatting with someone claiming to be a celebrity, Chiara suggests asking them a question about something only they would know.
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