Hoax - "14 Year-Old Amanda Peters Pregnant with Baby Jesus"
Oct 13, 2014
News has been circulating on social media of a 14 year old girl called Amanda Peters being pregnant with baby Jesus. This story is a hoax. Not real. Amanda Peters who was sexually active for several months became pregnant and hid her pregnancy from her mother. Her mother became aware of her pregnancy after 3 months when Amanda belly started to show. Not wanting to disappoint her mother Amanda lied to her and told her she was not having sexual intercourse.
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The Hoax or Fake News
Judy, Amanda’s mother, prayed to God asking for his forgiveness for the sinful action of her daughter.in her prayers Judy says God appeared to her telling her Amanda would give birth to baby Jesus and that she was impregnated through Immaculate Conception like Virgin Mary.
“At first I was confused,” Mrs. Peters said. “Jesus was born to the Virgin Mary thousands of years ago, why was Amanda going to give birth to him again? But God explained this was how Jesus was to return to Earth as promised.”
When Judy shared her vision with her daughter Amanda, she was very excited that she was forgiven by her mother and she was now able to use her phone again.
“Things are the double bomb right now,” Amanda said. “My mom’s totally supportive and buying me lots of cool stuff I want and said she is going to pay for everything Jesus needs.”
“I was so sick with grief over Amanda having sex,” Judy said. “And I’m now so happily relieved to know she’s still a virgin and this was all God’s doing. I can’t believe I’m going to be Jesus’ grandma… actually, I don’t know how that will work, but I’m just extremely happy my daughter isn’t having premarital sex and Jesus is coming back in less than a month.”
This was all made up by a website called www.stuppid.com, which reports on some of the craziest made to believe stories around the world.
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