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Lt. Gov. reaches out to Facebook to stop fraudulent account

Kay Ivey said in a statement that they have knowledge of a fraudulent account being used in her name. (Source: Kay Ivey's official Facebook page) Kay Ivey said in a statement that they have knowledge of a fraudulent account being used in her name. (Source: Kay Ivey's official Facebook page)
MONTGOMERY, AL (WAFF) -

Alabama's Lieutenant Governor is being impersonated on Facebook.

In a statement by Kay Ivey's office, Ivey says that a personal page claiming to be her has been reported.

"I have not created a personal page or solicited any money," Ivey wrote. "I have reported this issue to Facebook and it is my understanding that the personal Kay Ivey account is being used fraudulently.

"I am in contact with appropriate law enforcement to see that the actions of this individual are immediately stopped," she added.

Ivey's statement can be read in full on her legitimate professional Facebook page.

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