Many agencies were contacted about the video, including Orlando Police.
Authorities say the video shows a pornographic image of a young girl and an adult man.
Anyone caught distributing the video or any other child pornography could face criminal charges. Law enforcement are doing their jobs.
The messages have been reported nationwide, and have been targeting media pages. If you receive a message like this, which might come from someone you don't know or from a friend's account that was hacked, don't open it and don't share it.More news: Zuma's fate to be decided today
If you get anything like this, do not view or share the video or photo. She sharing the video only makes the issue worse. "Facebook will notify the police department and so we're asking no one to share it", says Paul Hill.
Facebook will automatically notify the appropriate authorities when an inappropriate video is reported.
AL.com is reporting the video may have originated in Alabama and it is under investigation by law enforcement there. "If you are in possession of it, no matter your good intentions, that is also a felony", Madison County's Chief Trial Attorney, Tim Gann explained. "Law enforcement is already aware of this video and there is local and federal investigation centering on an area outside of New England".
If anyone finds the video in their inbox, they are encouraged to delete it immediately.