Amy Schumer is finally responding to the truck stop doppelgänger that has been blowing up the internet. 

The situation began after a photograph of a woman who looked just like the comedian surfaced on Twitter.

Celina 52 Truck Stop posted a photo of a woman named “Amelia” who had just won a mini-fridge. 

The Truck Stop claimed that Amelia’s tear drop facial tattoo was in honour of a pedestrian she accidentally killed.

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The snap quickly went viral due to Amelia’s resemblance to the “Train Wreck” star. 

Schumer took to Twitter on Thursday to address the bizarre story.

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“Wait, what’s going on at a truck stop?”, she asked.

A website called Snopes later pointed out that the Celina 52 Truck Stop is a fake account. 

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“The ‘Celina 52 Truck Stop’ isn’t a real truck stop,” said the fact-checker. “They write on their Facebook page that they are a ‘satire / parody’ site.”

It’s unclear whether or not Amelia is actually real person or if Schumer’s face was photoshopped into the image.