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Jennifer Aniston New Haircut 2013: Did Actress Shave Her Head for Sick Family Member? (PHOTO)

By Minyvonne Burke m.burke@hngn.com | Dec 27, 2013 12:04 PM EST

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A fake photo surfaced of Jennifer Aniston claiming she shaved her head for a sick family member. (Photo : Facebook)

Actress Jennifer Aniston did not shave her head despite a viral picture floating around the Internet that shows the 42-year-old with a clean-shaven head. According to Fox 411, a picture of a bald Aniston popped up on a now-deleted Facebook page and quickly went viral.

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Fans were stunned that the "Friends" star had chopped off her hair without releasing it was all a hoax. According to the fake Facebook post, Aniston wanted to show her support for a sick family member and chopped her hair off.

"My niece was diagnosed with cancer last year," the fake post read. "Once her hair started to fall off, she was depressed and terrified to look in the mirror. She recently asked me why she wasn't pretty like all the other girls. I didn't know how to react. So, I cut my hair off for her. This Christmas I'll be her mirror."

Even though the idea sounds like something the actress would really do, the picture is not real. In fact, Aniston was spotted grabbing dinner at the famous eatery Chateau Marmont in Los Angeles on Christmas Eve with her former "Friends" co-star Courteney Cox, the Daily Mail reports.

Aniston was photographed smiling and with a head full of hair. Recently Aniston did reveal a new haircut in November when she stepped out with a short bob that stopped at her jaw line. She revealed that the messier, edgier cut was the result of a bad Brazilian blowout.

"My hair did not react really well to it," she told Elle at the time.

"I'm always one of those girls who does a big old chop just to get [my hair] really healthy, to repair all the [damage from] hair coloring and stuff like that," Aniston told Vogue.

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