Top AEW Star Brodie Lee (Jon Huber), who was known as Luke Harper in WWE, recently passed away at the age of 41 reportedly due to a non-COVID-19 lung complication.
Months prior to Brodie Lee’s passing, a fake Brodie Lee Jr. Twitter account was created, causing some fans to wonder if this was a legitimate account. A fake Amanda Huber Twitter account was created as well, which was reporting the fake Brodie Lee Jr. Twitter account. Both of these fake accounts have since been deleted and confirmed to be fake by the real Amanda Huber and by AEW as well.
“If there is ever an “official / real” account for anyone associated with @AEW it would be promoted and followed by AEW. Beware of individuals pretending to be members of the Huber family.”
Amanda Huber then took to her Instagram account and wrote, “Brodie has no social media accounts. This is so weird and just gross.” Amanda then posted a comment on a screenshot of the fake account sharing a photo of Brodie Lee Jr. and herself.
Amanda Huber wrote,
“Never in his life has Brodie called me ‘mommy’ and it’s bizarre to read. Please, if you feel yourself creating a fake account for an 8 year old for attention, please go to therapy and get the help you need. I’m serious. Therapy is amazing and world changing. It’s changed my life personally. Also… this isn’t ok.”
Amanda Huber then commented on the fake Twitter account of hers reporting the fake Brodie Jr. Twitter account. She said,
“A fake account pretending to be me is reporting the fake account of someone pretending to be my 8 year old….. what? I have Twitter but I hardly use it and it’s been private for YEARS.”
Dark Order’s Stu Grayson also took to his Twitter and warned the fans prior to the fake account being deleted. He wrote,
“Do not follow this account it’s a fake. Unfortunately it seems like people can’t stop themselves from being assholes.”
You can check out the posts below:
If there is ever an “official / real” account for anyone associated with @AEW it would be promoted and followed by AEW. Beware of individuals pretending to be members of the Huber family.— All Elite Wrestling (@AEW) January 2, 2021
Do not follow this account it’s a fake.— Stu Grayson of Dark Order (@stu_dos) January 2, 2021
Unfortunately it seems like people can’t stop themselves from being assholes. pic.twitter.com/q8NIkWevgG