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'Long Island Medium' is fake according to reports: Theresa Caputo speaks out

'Long Island Medium'
'Long Island Medium'
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Reports recently came out that some people believe "Long Island Medium" star Theresa Caputo is a fake. On Friday, Radar Online shared what Theresa has to say about it all. Of course she sticks by the idea that she is real and wants everyone to believe that her readings are the real thing.

Theresa went to her Facebook page and posted a quote that says, "Negative people need drama like oxygen. Stay positive…and take their breath away." Along with it she posted all about how negative attracts negative and positive works the same way. She wants everyone to know that she is not letting these claims get her down. She is trying to stay positive no matter what is going on.

This all comes out after news of a video proof that Theresa Caputo is fake was released. A man named Ron Tebo took a video of Theresa on an episode of "The Ellen DeGeneres" show. In this clip, you can see that her family actually points out the person the audience that she should talk to and makes it look like it is a total plant.

There have been various reports over time about the show being fake. One website calls itself "Long Island Medium" Fake and even went as far as to make this entire website devoted to proving she is a fraud. This page has testaments and more explaining how you can't believe one word that she says or any of her readings. They believe that all of the readings are staged and that she knows who she will be talking to ahead of time.

It is really unknown if the "Long Island Medium" Theresa Caputo is a fake. Some people really do believe in her and others are totally against her saying it isn't real at all. Only time will tell if more information comes out saying she is really a fake. For now fans will have to make up their own minds.