What? You mean you can't believe everything you read on the internet?

Just last week there was a story about an expectant mother who was going to let someone on the internet name her baby for $5,000. Well, what do you know. That story is a hoax.

It turns out that the baby-naming contest winner isn't even actually pregnant. Her profile of Natasha Hill, a 26-year-old teacher from Los Angeles is completely fake. She's a professional actress named Natasha Lloyd.

The website that held the so-called contest is Belly Ballot. It's founder, Lacey Moler told 'Today Mom' that:

We came up with the idea for the contest and we knew it would be controversial...But we’re a start-up and we wanted to control the situation.