THE devastated family of bogus mother Elizabeth Jasso have been left “at a loss for words” after it was revealed that she faked her pregnancy.

The 31-year-old, who sparked fears after going missing in Texas last Thursday, was discovered to have faked her ultrasound scans online in a bid to trick her in-laws.


Speaking to media last week, mother-in-law, Blanca Gonzalez as she initially said she was "very worried" about Jasso and desperate to find her.

Jasso had told her that she Jasso was 40 weeks pregnant with twin boys and was due to be induced into labor on the day that she vanished.

However, in the days that followed, Gonzales and her family discovered that Jasso was never actually pregnant.

Her actions were quickly slammed by Gonzalez who told ABC13 that she feels betrayed by her daughter-in-law and wants answers.

In a since-deleted Facebook post, wrote: "I am completely at a loss of words with what I have discovered … Me and my family and friends have been deceived by my daughter-in-law.

"This is my daughter in law she has faked her pregnancy with fake ultrasound photos and we had no clue at all being that I lost my son a few months ago and her I was and everyone else thinking we were waiting on the arrival of my grandsons.

"So Liz if you are seeing this thank you for getting our hopes up I just ask you to come home and come forward with answers.”

Jasso's cousin-in-law Victoria Cruz-Ramirez, meanwhile, told the network that the entire ordeal has felt like a "novella. A Lifetime movie."

She said the "puzzle came together" when Jasso's father and sister came by their home two days after she was first reported missing.

"The sister and the father said that, 'You know she wasn't pregnant.' They figured that she was faking the pregnancy. She couldn't even have kids."

Cruz-Ramirez said she hoped that Jasso was okay and she suggested that "she needs help."

Before she was found police said they believed she was "suffering from a crisis" but declined to provide more details.

Her father also expressed fears for his daughter's safety, adding: "We're very worried. Very worried about her and her babies."

But yesterday, it was confirmed by Police that the Jasso had been found alive and safe.

Officials with the Baytown Police Department confirmed to ABC13 that Jasso met was found safe and well, and that no foul play or crime occurred.

She was also not pregnant before she disappeared last week, police said.

But, before she met with police on Tuesday, it was reported that Jasso had last been seen alive at her husband's graveside after it was revealed that he died earlier this year.

An investigation determined that Milko Jasso, 29, was shot after he started a physical confrontation with a 20-year-old woman and her 36-year-old boyfriend inside their home.

At some point during the fight, the woman retrieved a handgun and shot Jasso.

No charges were filed.


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