Oprah was alerted to some alarming information on Tuesday night - and it was news to her. She had become one of Twitter's top trending topics after it was suggested she had been arrested during a police raid at her home. The online rumour said that Oprah was involved in sex trafficking, which led to her arrest.

Someone made Oprah aware of the Twitter trend. After learning the news, a perplexed Oprah took to Twitter to deny the rumours.

Oprah Winfrey shuts down Twitter conspiracy theory

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Oprah got right to the point in her tweet. "Just got a phone call that my name is trending. And being trolled for some awful FAKE thing. It’s NOT TRUE. Haven’t been raided, or arrested," the tweet says.

She then referenced the true events of her Tuesday evening: "Just sanitizing and self distancing with the rest of the world. Stay safe everybody."

Oprah Winfrey attends "The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks" premiere in 2017.

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Oprah received support on Wednesday morning from figures including Gayle King and filmmaker Ava DuVernay. It's unknown precisely where or how the rumour was started. But some speculated that Michael Jackson's fanbase was behind the online attacks.

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Winfrey had earlier supported the men who accuse Jackson of sexual abuse in the Leaving Neverland documentary. Jackson has outspoken defenders who target his accusers and those who support them. But the source of the attack is unverified as of yet.

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But Oprah wasn't arrested last night, nor was her home raided. In the meantime, she's says she's just trying to keep healthy and safe during the coronavirus quarantine period.