What is wrong with few sites who just love to kill famous ones off? Time and again, we come across the news of celebrities dying all of sudden and the latest one to add to this long list of the death hoaxes on internet is Hollywood actor Adam Sandler. This website named Linkbeef, reportedly a fake news site put up an article about the death of Adam Sandler in an apparent suicide. But fear not, the 49-year-old is very much alive and NOT DEAD as reported. Also Read: Rowan Atkinson dead: Comedian Mr Bean falls victim to internet death hoax.Also Read - Adam Sandler Slammed On Social Media For Touching Claire Foy's Knees But Actress 'Not Offended' (Video)

According to the reports of Linkbeef, 49-year-old Adam Sandler has been battling from depression and it also provided with the statement from family with the Adam Sandler’s wife Jackie being ‘utterly heartbroken’ with the death of 50 First Dates actor. The authentic looking remarks took the social media by storm. Deeply saddened on hearing the news of Sandler’s death, the fans and followers started posting messages about the great actor. Also Read: Jackie Chan slams death hoax; says ‘I’m still alive’. Also Read - Rowan Atkinson Dead? Mr. Bean Killed By Internet Once Again with Death Hoax Post of British Comic Actor Going Viral

The complete report read on Adam Sandler’s death on Linkbeef: US actor and comedian Adam Sandler has been found dead, aged 49, in an apparent suicide. Marin County Police in California said he was pronounced dead at his home shortly after officials responded to an emergency call around noon local time. Also Read: Dilip Kumar death hoax: Is the social media reliable? Also Read - Rowan Atkinson Dead, this time in a car crash? Mr Bean actor's death hoax goes viral on Twitter

Sandler was famous for such films as Happy Gilmore, The Wedding Singer, 50 First Dates, Mr Deeds and more than 40 others. His publicist said he had been “battling severe depression”. In the past he had talked, and even joked, about his struggles with alcohol and drugs. Sandler had recently returned to a rehabilitation centre to “fine-tune” his sobriety, the Los Angeles Times reported in July. Also Read: Johnny Lever death hoax: Daughter Jamie Lever rubbishes news of comedian’s death.

The local Sheriff’s office said Sandler was found unconscious and not breathing at his home near Tiburon, north of San Francisco. “At this time, the Sheriff’s Office Coroner Division suspects the death to be a suicide due to asphyxia, but a comprehensive investigation must be completed before a final determination is made,” police said in a statement.

In a statement, Adam’s wife, Jackie Sandler, said she was “utterly heartbroken” and asked that he be remembered for the joy he brought to the world. “This morning, I lost my husband and my best friend, while the world lost one of its most beloved artists and beautiful human beings. I am utterly heartbroken,” she said.

“On behalf of Adam’s family, we are asking for privacy during our time of profound grief. As he is remembered, it is our hope the focus will not be on Adam’s death, but on the countless moments of joy and laughter he gave to millions.”

Sandler had two children Sadie Madison Sandler and Sunny Madeline Sandler. Leave a comment below to pay your respects to a man who brought happiness to millions of lives.

This is plainly irresponsible for any media platform to carry such fabricated stories. Just few weeks back iconic actor Rowan Atkinson, popularly known as Mr. Bean was said to have died. The British actor cum comedian  has too fallen prey to a similar death hoax frenzy sites. Well, we can only say both the actors are doing extremely fine.