Check out the black Closed-Caption scroll just below the center of the screen.
Given that her TV series, New Girl, is on Fox, maybe this is just the way of telling the star that her show is cancelled. On the other hand, she might like that they referred to her as 19-years old.
Hey, at least they got the story first! Accuracy is secondary. Besides, just be glad that they didn't identify the sibling partner who was killed by police as her sister, Emily.
Yes, yes, I know that mistakes get made, especially tech mistakes. It happens, though not seemingly with the regularity as on "Fox News." But mistakes aside, seriously, don't they have a proof-reader?? Then again, this is "Fox News," where facts don't matter. (I believe that is their new motto.) So, why bother with proof-readers? What would be the point?
(By the way, I wouldn't be surprised if the writers of New Girl somehow work some sort of homage of this into a script next year.)
Here is Zooey Deschanel's Twitter response, followed by that of the journalist who initially discovered Fox's massive gaff.
Fair enough. I've decided. You're crass, thoughtless, and incompetent, and the only thing you have in common with "news" is that you want to make it.