Former American Idol judge Simon Cowell recently broke part of his back in a biking accident. One tabloid is now claiming Cowell is “doomed to [a] life of pain,” which may mean he could “lose control of his legs and arms.” Gossip Cop can debunk this story.
Serious Injury Jeopardizes Everything
Cowell revealed on twitter that he had suffered a serious injury in a bike accident.
Some good advice…— Simon Cowell (@SimonCowell) August 10, 2020
If you buy an electric trail bike, read the manual before you ride it for the first time.
I have broken part of my back.
Thank you to everyone for your kind messages.
Now the Globe reports that the injury is more severe than Cowell is letting on. Calling his accident an “electric bike stunt,” the tabloid claims he “may” have “failed back syndrome,” which is a real and very serious condition. His family “watched in horror,” the tabloid vividly says, after Cowell fell. At no point was Cowell’s fall ever called a stunt by anyone involved, nor does the tabloid need to bring the WrestleMania: The Album producer into the story just for horror. The tabloid concludes by saying Cowell is worried he “will have to give up his work altogether.”
The Cited Doctor Does Not Know Cowell
The tabloid learned about all the things that could go wrong for Cowell from a doctor “who has not treated Simon.” No medical advice should ever be believed unless the professional has actually treated the patient, and it’s irresponsible to print a story like this if that’s the only evidence available. It seems the tabloid approached a random surgeon and said “what’s the worst thing that could happen to a back.”
He’s Already On The Mend
Gossip Cop reached out to our own source close to Cowell who assured us this story was not true. Cowell has already returned home and will hopefully return to America’s Got Talent before the season’s end. With Cowell quickly on the mend, we can safely say this story is not true.
More Doom And Gloom From This Tabloid
The Globe loves publishing depressing and ultimately bogus stories. It claimed Meghan Markle was struggling with depression and weight issues after her pregnancy. The tabloid is a bully in all matters Markle, and Gossip Cop debunked the hurtful story.
Additional sorrow can be found in its fake death stories. This magazine claimed Whoopi Goldberg fears dying. It has been claimed on more than one occasion that Queen Elizabeth was dying. It even alleged Pope Francis was dying of coronavirus.
Gossip Cop debunked all these phony death stories. Simon Cowell is not really at risk of losing control of his limbs. This is just another example of the Globe parading the worst theories it can imagine.
Gossip Cop has determined this story is totally false.