Is RiRi Spreading Herpes?

Chris Brown filed a lawsuit against Rihanna for giving him a lethal strain of herpes — or did he? And how did Justin Bieber's supposedly thwarted attempt at credit-card fraud get involved?

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It might not be real, but it's awesome. Someone calling himself Chris Brown is trying to fool the court — and the public — by filing a gross-yet-hilarious lawsuit against Rihanna.

In the suit, the fake Chris Brown alleges that Rihanna gave him a totally not-real, lethal strain of Barbadian herpes — and that she threatened to beat herself up and make it look like he did it when he accused her of the dastardly deed.

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According to TMZ, the documents, which include a request for a restraining order, allege the following:

"I woke up with three blisters on my penis... this isn't just a regular case of American herpes, this is a case of herpes from Barbados, which is most likely lethal."

"[Rihanna] gave me herpes, and then when I threatened to file a lawsuit against her for not telling me she was infested with genital blisters, she began to hit herself in the face and throw herself into walls, just as Jim Carrey did in the movie Liar Liar."

"Then she turned around and blamed me for the matter, as a form of punishment."

Fake Chris Brown is demanding $10 million and "a restraining order against Rihanna and her case of genital herpes, immediately."

This isn't the only fake celeb to file suit. Someone in Michigan is claiming to be the father of Selena Gomez and is accusing Justin Bieber of stealing his credit card to pay for a penis enlargement.

While these practical jokes are funny and make for great media fodder, filing a fake lawsuit could actually have very serious legal repercussions. Don't try this at home, kids.

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Comments on "Fake Chris Brown files hilarious lawsuit against Rihanna"

Really October 23, 2012 | 7:31 PM

Actually - that is nothing funny!

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