Woman Who Faked Her Pregnancy Disappears on the Day She's Supposed to Give Birth!
A Texas family is looking for answers, and their loved one, after what they believed to be a faked pregnancy leads to a disappearance!
The Baytown family spoke out yesterday pleading for the return of the expectant mother after they believed that she may have been abducted. The family reached out to authorities this morning after gathering information that they feel, eludes to the fact that she may not have been pregnant at all.
ABC13 reports that officials with the Baytown Police Department said 31-year-old Elizabeth Jasso was last seen leaving the family's home early Thursday morning.
Jasso's mother-in-law, Blanca Gonzalez, told ABC13 that Jasso left their house before she went to the cemetery where her husband was buried. Jasso never returned.
Gonzalez originally said she was desperate to find her, fearing the worst since she believed Jasso was 40-weeks pregnant with her twin grandsons. So, Gonzalez decided to file a missing person's report.
Baytown Police Department released a statement and said they believe Jasso may be experiencing a crisis.
It is unknown id Jasso took any belongings or packed a bag before she left the family's home on Thursday.
She was last seen driving her white 2017 BMW with Texas plate number NZK 4426.
"To me it was like a novella. A Lifetime movie," Jasso's cousin-in-law Victoria Cruz-Ramirez said.
The family said they determined Jasso had allegedly faked the entire pregnancy, including buying fake ultrasounds from online.
"The sister and the father said that, 'You know she wasn't pregnant,'" Cruz-Ramirez said. "They figured that she was faking the pregnancy. She couldn't even have kids."
Gonzalez said she feels betrayed by her daughter-in-law and wants to know why.
The family said they are still grieving the loss of Gonzalez's son, Jasso's husband, who was shot and killed during February's winter storm in Baytown.
"I just feel that whenever she sees this, I hope you're alright. I hope you're okay, by all means," Cruz-Ramirez said. "But that you get evaluated somehow. That her family evaluates her with everything that she's going through. Whatever she's dealing with."
Baytown Police said this is still an active missing person's case. Anyone with information on Jasso's whereabouts is urged to contact Baytown police at 281-427-TIPS.
ELizabeth Jasso could possibly be experiencing some mental health issues stemming from her husband's death. We're praying that, no matter what the problem is, she returns to her family and seeks help.