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Nobody thinks this terrible 'fake a baby' site is funny

The supposed dad-to-be's mom was getting suspicious. She couldn't find the doctor who was supposedly taking care of the "pregnant" teen girl.

Things got even more suspicious when, after 10 months, she still hadn't had the triplets. She fed her boyfriend a story, but her nearly year-long ruse was about to end.

She'd joined a "Moms of Triplets" Facebook page and posted the ultrasound. Someone on there figured out they were the same triplet ultrasounds sold by Fake a Baby, and the jig was up.

The local police chief told the Washington Post that no one had come forward to say they'd donated money and wanted it back, so they couldn't charge the teen with fraud. Meanwhile the Fake a Baby site is still up and running.

Next page: See how the Fake a Baby site responded
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