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Pretty Little Liars Reddit AMA

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On Wednesday, someone created a Reddit AMA claiming that they had been a PA on the set of Pretty Little Liars before they were fired for failing a drug test. And to get revenge on Warner Bros., said person decided to dish out a handful of supposed spoilers from the show’s season 6 finale, which will reveal the long-awaited identity of “A.”

However, the user deleted his or her identity, and fans quickly started questioning the legitimacy of the spoilers. 

Pretty Little Liars creator Marlene King quickly took to Instagram and posted that: “No one has been fired. No one has leaked the identity of Charles.” She then followed with a fitting Instagram post about karma.

Furthermore, ABC Family has responded to the AMA, stating, “All of the info on the site is false. No crew member was fired from PLL and we believe it is just a fan spreading incorrect information to rile up the fan base.”

So, the mystery of Charles DiLaurentis lives on.


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