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Steve RannazzisiThe League star Steve Rannazzisi made the worst decision ever when he first lied about narrowly escaping the 9/11 attacks. After years of keeping up the charade, he was finally found out.
In interviews, Rannazzisi often attributed his decision to follow his comedy dreams to the terrifying events of that day. In 2009, he said that he had been working for Merrill Lynch on the 54th floor the south tower when the first plane hit: “I was there and then the first tower got hit and we were like jostled all over the place.”
But in 2015, evidenced surfaced that proved his story to be bogus. In fact, there was no record of Rannazzisi ever working at the World Trade Center. On September 11, 2001, he was actually in Midtown. In a statement, Rannazzisi was forced to admit his lie, saying “I was not at the Trade Center on that day. I don’t know why I said this. This was inexcusable. I am truly, truly sorry.”
Source: The New York Times
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