article article By Freeway Blogg reporter Angela Lovise BloggThe fake article was shared by an online blogger with the title, “I’m going to go in the car and drive.”
Lovise Blogs blog is one of the most popular and well-liked freeways in the U.S. and she is known for sharing information about her adventures on the freeways, especially in California.
She shared her latest discovery about a fake Freeway blog, which featured a story about a woman going to the DMV in Nevada.
Lovis blogg reported that the article was taken down by Facebook after it was shared on a page called Freeway.com.
“The article was removed by Facebook because the owner of the site had not disclosed that the information was fabricated,” Lovise said.
The fake Freeways story was published by the website Freeway Online and it features a photo of the woman and a photo with the words, “A woman who was stopped at the DMV and forced to sign a paper that she did not want to,” written by the blogger.
Loves blogg told NBC News that she noticed that the woman appeared to be a fake user, but it was actually a registered Facebook user.
“She didn’t know who the person was or the photo was taken from,” Lovis said.
“We looked at the photo and said, ‘I don’t think this is a real person.’
It was a photo from the website and the site wasn’t even in her name,” Lovises said.
Lovers blogg posted the photo to her page and shared the image on her page.
“I think this has got people scared,” Loviso said.
“I think people are just trying to figure out how this got out there and how it could be a hoax.”
A post by the Freeway writer was shared about the fake article on the Freeways Blogs Facebook page.
The story included information about a man who was detained by a local law enforcement officer at the California DMV on Wednesday, April 29, 2018.
A man who drove into a California DMV checkpoint with a fake license plate in the trunk of his car and later was released without citations, was being hailed as a hero by a fake news site, the California Highway Patrol reported.
According to a report by NBC News, the man was driving with a phony license plate and was pulled over by a police officer at a checkpoint near Las Vegas.
The police officer found the vehicle and the driver was detained for about five minutes, according to the report.
The officer said the driver had no identification, according with NBC News.
When the officer asked the driver to show his driver’s license, the driver refused to do so, NBC News reported.
The officer searched the vehicle for identification and found the license plate.
The man was released with a citation, according NBC News .