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Hollywood Star Shifts Blame After Being Exposed Posting Fake Image

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Actor Mark Ruffalo shared doctored, AI-generated images of Donald Trump on a plane to Jeffrey Epstein’s island, believing them to be real.

After admitting they were fake, he blamed Elon Musk’s ownership of Twitter for allowing disinformation.

“Gross. #MAGA wants to paint everyone on those flights as pedophiles except the one guy who smiles in a group of young girls all headed to Epstein’s ‘Fantasy Island’ with him. My bet is there are some decent republicans left in America that may think this is going too far,” he wrote. (Trending: U.S. State Passes Personal Pronoun Ban)

“Sorry Folks. Apparently these images are AI fakes,” Ruffalo said. “The fact Trump was on Epstein’s plane and what Epstein was up to is not.”

“Be careful. Elon’s X and his allowing so much disinformation here is driving the value of his app down by 55%.”

Despite acknowledging the images were fake, Ruffalo failed to take full accountability and was mocked for attempting to shift blame.

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