‘Healthy,’ vaxed, and boosted ‘All My Children’ actor dies at 50 — fiancée points to COVID

Actor Alec Musser, who starred in “All My Children” and “Grown Ups,” died on Saturday at the age of 50.

Musser was a fitness model and reportedly took great care of his body — he was also vaccinated and boosted against COVID-19, according to his fiancée, Paige Press, who said Musser was suffering from “a severe case of COVID” when he died at their home in Del Mar, California, Fox News reported.

Press was adamant that, in her opinion, the virus contributed to Musser’s death.

“He was a very healthy person. I mean he took exceptional care of his body and what went into it,” she said. “He’d eat some cookies and that was the worst thing I ever saw him do.”

“Alec was a wonderful man. He was the best fiancé. The best dog dad. Very kind hearted person,” she added. “Seeing how many messages and people have reached out to me from his childhood…In the last couple of days, people I’ve never even met, sending me photos from him from high school and when he was in their wedding…He was so loved and touched by so many people.”

The couple got engaged a little over a year ago. Press said an autopsy would be conducted, according to Fox News.

Actor Adam Sandler, who starred with Musser in the 2010 film “Grown Ups,” shared his condolences with the family online

“I loved this guy,” Sandler tweeted. “Cannot believe he is gone. Such a wonderful, funny good man. Thinking of Alec Musser and his family and sending all my love. A true great sweetheart of a person.”

The thought police are still quick to tag any dissension over Big Pharma’s rushed concoction to allegedly ward off the virus gifted to the world out of Wuhan, China, as “disinformation.” Be that as it may, folks are perhaps more skeptical today over the long-term effects of the jab than ever — there are simply too many reports of young, healthy people dropping.

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