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Oprah Winfrey confessed to her sex-trafficking crimes in a Twitter post.

Oprah has not confessed to any crimes on Twitter, and an old SWAT raid video has been falsely shared as her house being raided for sex-trafficking.

A video of a SWAT raid has been falsely shared online with a caption which says that Oprah's house had been raided for sex-trafficking.

The video is actually of a SWAT raid in Evansville, Indiana originally posted in 2014 on YouTube.

Oprah Winfrey tweeted about the rumour and said that they are fake. Winfrey said that she became aware of the rumours after receiving a phone call about it while she had been following sanitization and self-distancing.

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