When you think you’ve met the perfect partner through an online dating website or app, but the other person is using a fake profile to form a relationship with you.
Beginning his movie career with a series of impressive costarring performances, Murphy made the leap to leading man status in the action-comedy classic "Beverly Hills Cop." Released on December 5, 1984, it remains his most financially successful live-action film to date.
On its 30th anniversary, here's a look at Eddie Murphy's ten best roles, plus five that should be forgotten.
The majority of accounts on dating websites are genuine people looking for romance, but fraudsters may try to contact you by making fake profiles, getting in touch and building what feels like a loving relationship.
Once a fraudster using a fake dating profile is confident that they’ve won your trust, they will tell you about a problem they’re experiencing and ask you to help out by sending money.
Sexy and sophisticated, "Boomerang" is worth another look.
Murphy pulled off a memorable dual role in this clever Hollywood satire, playing a neurotic action hero and his loveably dimwitted brother.
“I’m not a f— hood rat.” According to police, Campbell kicked the officer several times in the leg while being escorted to the police vehicle, where they say she also kicked the doors and windows of the car. I do remember getting into an altercation there, but I don’t remember what it was about.” Campbell told Fiorillo she deleted her social-media accounts due to threats she’s received, and wanted to convey an apology to the officer who was on the receiving end of her tirade, which she says she didn’t know was being filmed.
“Colleen Campbell is no longer employed by PHL17,” a spokeswoman said in a statement to