Actress Angie Dickinson has warned fans about a prankster posing as the Rio Bravo star on Facebook.com after fielding calls from friends concerned about her well-being. The 81 year old recently worried her followers when it appeared she had uploaded a message on her social networking account, which read, "When we get drunk, we fall asleep. When we fall asleep, we commit no sin. When we commit no sin, we go to heaven. So, let's all get drunk, and go to heaven!" However, Dickinson insists she's not the one responsible for the alarming comments and claims an imposter is causing problems for her on the Internet. She tells the National Enquirer, "I'm in a fury. I am not on Facebook and I am not depressed. We tried to stop this a year ago. It's someone pretending to be me." A number of the other posts have also contained grammatical errors, and the veteran admits she was raised better than to make spelling mistakes: "My parents published a newspaper. My mother was a copy reader. I was taught to spell."