Princess Birthday Cake locations across the United States have been ordered to remove all their cakes from the shelves because they were allegedly being sold to minors under the age of 18.

As Breitbart News has reported, the cake sales were discovered by a California State Trooper in March of this year.

It has since been revealed that the cakes were being sold in two separate locations at the University of Southern California, where the campus prides itself on hosting its annual birthday celebrations.

However, the two locations are located in different parts of Los Angeles County, which means that these cakes are only being sold at the university’s campus.

The University of California at Los Angeles is also home to the USC and UCLA campuses.

The university’s university department of communications, public affairs, and marketing released a statement on the incident, claiming that the cake is “not considered in compliance with our policies and procedures” and has been removed from all campus locations.

In response, the University said in a statement, “We are taking this incident seriously, and are taking swift action to remove the cakes.”

The cake sale reportedly happened on March 10.

“The University has taken immediate action to immediately remove the offending product from campus and to revoke any licenses granted to vendors and distributors to sell the cakes,” the statement read.

“Cake sales are not permitted on our campuses.”

The university added that it is “looking into all options to address the situation.”

It is unclear what the university plans to do with the cakes.

“We have taken immediate actions to take immediate steps to revoke the licenses of vendors and to take action to protect the safety and welfare of our students,” the university said in the statement.

It is also unclear if any other students have purchased the cakes, or if they will be forced to pay the price of the cake.

As of Monday, the university had not released any information on how many students have been affected by the sale.

The company behind the cakes is reportedly a Los Angeles-based company called PringleCakes, which was formed in 2010.

The site also sells birthday cake trays.

According to a 2014 report from the Los Angeles Times, the company has been in business since 2005.

The story went on to say that “PringleCake was founded by former California Attorney General Gavin Newsom and former U.S. Senator Jeff Merkley.”

“Printer-friendly, printable and easy-to-use,” the company said, and offered “principled solutions to the nation’s toughest issues.”

The company has since grown to become a global company with over a million customers.

In an email to Breitbart News, a spokesperson for the company declined to comment further.

“It’s not possible to comment on the specifics of this matter due to the ongoing investigation,” the spokesperson said.

The investigation by the Los Angles Police Department has not yet been released.

As reported by the Daily Mail, a California state representative has now asked the attorney general to investigate whether the company violated any state laws.

In a statement to Breitbart, the spokesperson for Attorney General Kevin de León said, “As a member of the California Assembly, I am committed to ensuring that all citizens have the opportunity to participate in their local, state, and national elections, as they should do every four years.

We must ensure that our elected officials understand the rights of all Californians, regardless of their background, race, ethnicity, gender identity, sexual orientation, or gender expression.”

The spokesperson went on further to say, “If these sales occurred in the state of California, the attorney General would be conducting an investigation.”

As Breitbart has reported previously, the Attorney General’s office has also launched a public relations campaign in support of its investigation into the cake sale.

“This investigation is not about us, it’s about you,” a message read on the Pringle Cakes website.

“As California’s attorney general, I will work with you to ensure the rights and protections of everyone, regardless if they are of legal age or not.”

A spokesperson for Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti said in an email, “I am appalled that these kinds of cakes are sold on the streets of our city, and I encourage anyone who has purchased one of these products to immediately return it to the store to have it refunded.

I also urge the company to immediately change its policies to ensure that these types of cakes will not be sold on our streets again.”

The Department of Public Safety did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

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