1.) Ryan Lee, one of Elle’s Super 8 costar (who plays Cary), has tweeted that he talked to Elle and she confirmed that she does NOT have a Twitter. When people started asking him about it and what he meant, he would say that she’s fake. Here are some examples:
2.) Colin Ford deleted his tweet that welcomed Elle and Dakota to Twitter.
3.) Just Jared said that they’re fake.
4.) Miley Cyrus deleted her tweet that welcomed the “Fanning Sisters” to Twitter and put this.
5.) Check out this post to see something about posers with verified accounts.
6.) “Dakota” and “Elle” have both lost a significant amount of followers (or at least Elle has).
7.) Both “Dakota” and “Elle” have had their accounts unverified.
8.) They were, probably, connected with @Elle_Fanning and @FanningDakota on Instagram. @FanningDakota posted a picture of the Twitter account with a caption that said, “YAY!”
9.) At least “Elle” deleted some of her tweets, I’m not sure about “Dakota” though.
10.) They don’t seem like Elle and Dakota to me. They’re kind of mean and annoying.
Question: What kinds of accounts get verified?
Answer: Twitter proactively verifies accounts on an ongoing basis to make it easier for users to find who they’re looking for. We concentrate on highly sought users in music, acting, fashion, government, politics, religion, journalism, media, advertising, business, and other key interest areas. We verify business partners from time to time and individuals at high risk of impersonation.
We do not accept requests for verification from the general public. If you fall under one of the above categories and your Twitter account meets our qualifications for verification, we may reach out to you in the future.
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Look at the words that I bolded in the answer.
“We verify…individuals at high risk of impersonation.”
What do you think that means? And do you think that that means that @ElleFanning and @DakotaFanning are fake?