authResult.scope returns auth.params.scope instead of users scopes

I have the below code snippet where I define in requestedScopes what scopes of a user I want the token to have. But, instead of recieving the scopes of the requestedScopes that a user have, I’m recieving the same requested scopes that i passed.
I know my topic has little information, but in case someone wants to see another configuration/code just let me know.

 requestedScopes = 'openid profile delete:posts edit:posts';

options = {
    allowSignUp: false,
    allowedConnections: ['Username-Password-Authentication', 'google-oauth2'],
    allowShowPassword: true,
    autoclose: true,
    auth: {
        redirectUrl: AUTH_CONFIG.callbackUrl,
        responseType: 'token id_token',
        params: {
            scope: this.requestedScopes
        sso: false,
        audience: "",


lock = new Auth0Lock(AUTH_CONFIG.clientId, AUTH_CONFIG.domain, this.options);

constructor() {
    this.login = this.login.bind(this);
    this.logout = this.logout.bind(this);
    this.isAuthenticated = this.isAuthenticated.bind(this);


login() {;

handleAuthentication() {
    // Add a callback for Lock's `authenticated` event
    this.lock.on('authenticated', this.setSession.bind(this));
    // Add a callback for Lock's `authorization_error` event
    this.lock.on('authorization_error', (err) => {
        alert(`Error: ${err.error}. Check the console for further details.`);

setSession(authResult) {
    const scopes = authResult.scope || this.requestedScopes || '';

    if (authResult && authResult.accessToken && authResult.idToken) {
        // Set the time that the access token will expire at
        let expiresAt = JSON.stringify((authResult.expiresIn * 1000) + new Date().getTime());
        localStorage.setItem('access_token', authResult.accessToken);
        localStorage.setItem('id_token', authResult.idToken);
        localStorage.setItem('expires_at', expiresAt);
        localStorage.setItem('scopes', JSON.stringify(scopes));
        // navigate to the home route

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