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Teenage Girl's Parents, Boyfriend Finally Learn The Truth About Her Pregnancy

A Michigan teen broke the news that she was pregnant with triplets, and she received an outpouring of support from friends, family, and even strangers. There was just one problem – she was faking it.

The 16-year-old girl reportedly ordered fake ultrasounds and a fake belly from a website called FakeABaby.com, reports Fox 2 Detroit.

Even her boyfriend claims not to have known the pregnancy was a ruse.

"I was excited, don't get me wrong, but I was scared," he said. "I started looking for jobs the best I could. I was ready to donate all my time."

Her family was hesitant but eventually accepted the 3 new additions, named Ivan, Alice, and Isabella.

"She got tons of help," said the girl’s aunt, Jessica Adams. "The gifts, they couldn't even open at the shower there was so much."

A church, a nonprofit, and a Facebook group called “Moms of Triplets” all donated to the young mom.

Her belly appeared to grow, but after about 10 months, the girl was cornered.

At this time, an Ohio woman from “Moms of Triplets” noticed that the ultrasound pictures looked fabricated and contacted the family.

"Down to baby A, baby B, baby C, the placements of the babies - they're the exact same," the girl’s aunt, Tracy Matthews, said. "You can put them side by side and the only difference you're going to see is that she used a fake doctor that doesn't exist.”

The day before her C-section last week, she told everyone that she had lost the babies, though she refused to go to the doctor, so her boyfriend’s aunt called authorities.

"She lost the baby at six weeks," the girl’s brother said. "She didn't tell anybody; she was scared and didn't know what to do. All donations she took are being returned."

At this point, nobody knows whether or not the girl was ever pregnant, but the Daily Mail reports that she bought $25 fake ultrasounds and possibly a $149 pregnancy belly from FakeABaby.com.

“Like almost any item in existence, this product may be used for fun or for evil, depending solely on the intentions of the user,” the website says.

Police are currently investigating the incident.

Sources: Fox 2 DetroitDaily Mail
Photo Credit: Wikimedia Commons

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