Cesar Millan “Dog Whisperer” Dies of Heart Attack, Death Hoax

Mexican American TV show host popularly known as ‘Dog Whisperer’ Cesar Millan is the latest celebrity victim of death hoax. The report was published by a fake website named ProcesoMX and it was shared on social media networks like Facebook and Twitter.


The fake death report said:

“The 45 year old Mexican/American, born in De la Cruz, Sinaloa, who made a name for himself with his incredible rehabilitation and training technics wit dogs, duty in which he professionally wrote three books on the topic “Cesar’s way” “Be the pack leader” and “Member of the family”, he reach worldwide popularity with his TV series “The dog Whisperer”, this name would be the new way people knew him, he died this morning in Santa Clarita hospital in California.”

“Millan was hospitalize yesterday afternoon, the medical reports indicate that he suffered a fulminate heart attack, which paralyze his heart unavailable for the blood to reach his brain, and other vital organs, situation witch cause the death of this humanitarian man, who years before open his foundation “Cesar Millan Foundation”, where Jada Pinkett Smith, wife of Will Smith, is Vice-president.”

Millan is, in fact, alive.

His dog, Junior, released a statement on Facebook regarding his Master’s “death.” He wrote: “Reports of my Pack Leader’s untimely demise are greatly exaggerated. I can happily report he is safe, happy, and healthy. I can also tell you he kept me up all night snoring, my breakfast was a little late but I did get a great morning walk. As Cesar keeps telling me: Exercise. Discipline. Affection — the key to a long, balanced, and healthy life!”