Hactivist group Anonymous has sparked a wave of new shocking conspiracy theories about Princess Diana’s death.
On May 29, Anonymous posted a message on their Facebook page after remaining idle for almost three years.
They issued a warning to the Minneapolis Police Department after the death of African-American man George Floyd, 46.
The group went on to release a series of other claims about world events, including the death of Jeffrey Epstein, Princess Diana, Donald Trump and the Royal Family.
On Twitter, Anonymous claimed Princess Diana was visiting a hospital and care homes leading up to her death, consoling victims Jimmy Savile preyed on.
Anonymous alleged the People’s Princess became aware of sex crimes within the Palace, and recorded a testimony of one of the victims.
A 2002 article published by The Guardian confirms the existence of a tape containing the testimony of a victim, but it was not linked to her death.
The hacktivist group claims someone within the Palace had Princess Diana killed on August 31, 1997, and staged the infamous car accident.
Princess Diana and Harrods heir lover, Dodi Al Fayed, died in the accident, when her car crashed inside a tunnel in Paris.
Her death has long been shrouded in mystery, with internet chat rooms and conspiracy theorists offering up alternative stories about her death.
Since Anonymous popped up and dropped the alleged bombshell, the internet has gone wild with accusations, some claiming the Royal Family had an involvement in Diana’s death.
One said: “I’ve heard Anonymous have released evidence that Princess Diana was murdered… is that true?”
While a second said: “Around the time of her death, Diana was visiting hospitals and care homes Jimmy Savile was preying on at all hours of the night, consoled Elm Guest House victims, and recorded palace rape victim testimony.”
With a third adding: “Anonymous just leaked info that Princess Diana was killed because she had confession tapes against the Royal Family being involved in a sex trafficking ring…. 2020 is cancelled.”
Analysis of recent internet searches shows a spike in worldwide interest around Princess Diana’s death.
The term “Princess Diana death conspiracy” was logged as being among the top search results on the internet in the days after Anonymous’ video.
Hundreds of people also looked up “Princess Diana murder” on the web too.