Katy Perry, Meryl Streep NOT Members Of Celebrity “Cannibal Club,” Despite Fake News

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Katy Perry Meryl Streep Cannibals

By Andrew Shuster |

Katy Perry Meryl Streep Cannibals

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Katy Perry and Meryl Streep are not members of a celebrity “cannibal club” operating in Los Angeles, despite an absurd report. The article was published by a website that often spreads fake news. Gossip Cop can debunk this nonsense.

According to the unreliable blog YourNewsWire, there’s an underground restaurant in Los Angeles serving human flesh to the Hollywood elite, including Perry and Streep. Other famous members of the supposed organization are said to include Chelsea Clinton and Anderson Cooper. The outlet even includes a link to a website for the so-called “Cannibal Club,” which appears to be a hoax.

In the “FAQ” section, the “restaurant” says it “specializes in the preparation of human meat” that comes from “young and healthy bodies,” but fails to provide an address or phone number for the supposed establishment. Also, the site’s “staff” page includes four stock photos of people alleged to be employees of the club, but who clearly aren’t. For example, the photo of a woman said to be the club’s “proprietor” can be found on a website promoting laser skin resurfacing. Meanwhile, the “service manager” is the same woman seen on a website for facial rejuvenation surgery.

It should go without saying, but Perry and Streep aren’t members of a nonexistent restaurant for elite cannibals. However, this isn’t the first time that YourNewsWire has made up a ludicrous story about the pop star consuming human flesh. Gossip Cop recently busted the site for falsely claiming that Perry attends private dinner parties in Hollywood where the guests dine on “human meat.”

This also isn’t the first time that the untrustworthy outlet has targeted Streep with fake news. Gossip Cop recently called out the outlet for wrongly reporting that the actress was under investigation for helping to cover up Harvey Weinstein’s alleged sexual assaults. This latest article is yet another one of the blog’s baseless conspiracy theories.