Taylor Lautner's "Coming Out" Mag Cover A Fake

HOLLYWOOD, CA - SEPTEMBER 15:  Actor Taylor Lautner arrives at the premiere of Lionsgate Films' "Abduction" held at Grauman's Chinese Theatre on September 15, 2011 in Hollywood, California.  (Photo by Christopher Polk/Getty Images)
Don't believe it ladies and gents! A supposedly leaked cover of PEOPLE made a huge splash over the weekend. The cover featured Twilight's own Taylor Lautner and his "coming out story" is a fake, according to NY Daily News.

The cover is "absolutely fake," a rep for the magazine said. On the Photoshopped cover, Taylor is quoted as saying that he's "more liberated, and happier than I've ever been" after finally "announcing" his homosexuality. "Tired of rumors, the 'Twilight' star opens up about his decision to finally come out," the cover claims.
Check out the phony cover below!

The image also features two sidebar photos — featuring Brad Pitt and Carnie Wilson — that are taken directly from a May 2006 People cover.

Some celebs actually believed that the cover was real, including mogul Russell Simmons, who took to his Twitter to support Taylor. Russell tweeted that he was "proud of Taylor Lautner for his bravery and his courage." Upon finding out that the image was a hoax, he wrote that he was "disappointed that people would joke about someone coming out about their sexuality. Let Taylor Lautner be whoever he wants to be ..."

Fak People magazine cover spotlighting Taylor Lautner along side the callout, "Out & Proud" was anonymously leaked onto the internet.

Rumors surrounding Taylor's sexual orientation have been swirling for quite some time. In an interview with Parade Magazine, the 19-year-old confessed that "it's tough" to avoid reading about himself: "It's definitely impossible to avoid stuff about me sometimes, but it's pretty important to try," he said. "It's very rare that things are true about yourself that are on the Internet."

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