‘Pregnant Mexican Woman’ on Google News

Pregnant woman named ‘Miss Tijuana’ on Facebook article A pregnant woman named Miss Tijuana on Facebook has been reported to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) for sharing a photo of herself with an egg and captioning it “Pregnants.”

The woman was first identified as Miss Tijas new husband, Miguel de la Rocha, on March 27.

“I want to thank my fans for all the love and support they have shown me during this time,” Miss Tixi wrote in a caption on her Facebook page on March 31.

The caption read, “I have to say that I have a lot of work to do.

I am still not over the egg.

This is my first pregnancy, and my egg is still going to be in the bag.

So please keep me in your prayers, I have my heart and soul with you all the way.”

In a statement, the FTC noted that the woman’s comments were “unacceptable” and said that the FTC will take “appropriate action.”

The agency added that it will take the necessary steps to investigate the matter.

“The commission is committed to protecting consumers from online threats of unlawful or unfair acts, and to promoting an open, free, and fair marketplace of ideas,” the statement said.

“In order to promote this mission, the commission takes immediate steps to take immediate action against individuals who engage in, promote, or encourage unlawful activity, including threats to the safety or property of others.”

The FTC did not immediately respond to a request for comment from Business Insider.