Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox. Sign up here.Federal agents on Wednesday arrested a Southern California man who allegedly claimed to have a cure for the coronavirus and was selling the fake antidote using Earvin “Magic” Johnson’s name as a ruse to lure investors.The FBI took actor Keith Lawrence Middlebrook, 53, into custody Wednesday evening during an undercover sting.Middlebrook, who held small-time uncredited roles in “Iron Man 3,” “Thor” and “Moneyball,” delivered pills to a federal agent posing as a potential investor after he allegedly claimed to have personally developed a “patent-pending cure” for COVID-19, the global pandemic that has since ravaged the world, the agency said in a statement released Wednesday.It was unclear as of Thursday if he had since retained an attorney.2 LA LAKERS TEST POSITIVE FOR CORONAVIRUS, SHOWING NO SYMPTOMS, TEAM SAYSDespite Middlebrook’s small amount of screen time, he has a social media following of nearly 2.5 million Instagram followers, and according to the FBI, at least 2 million people have viewed YouTube and Instagram videos released by Middlebrook that falsely claim he had a “prevention pill” and “injectable cure” for the novel virus.The associated Instagram account has since been deleted.Middlebrook is said to have name-dropped Los


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