Woman in ‘sugar daddy’ relationship is not getting divorced, but she’s getting sued
By LUCY WYNN NEWSLETT The woman who accused a sugar daddy of stealing her virginity while she was pregnant is getting sued by the man’s son.
The woman, identified only as “Mary,” said in court documents filed Thursday in the U.S. District Court in the Northern District of California that her son, who is not named in the suit, has asked for damages against her for defamation.
The lawsuit alleges that the sugar daddy, identified as “Mike,” made false claims about Mary’s virginity while they were pregnant, the documents state.
“This is a man who is exploiting a vulnerable woman,” Mary said in the court documents.
“My son has no interest in being married to this person.”
The suit also alleges that in August 2016, the sugar daddies son contacted Mary and said he would “get her pregnant.”
The lawsuit says that Mary then went to her husband, identified in court papers only as Lyle, who was working at a sugar plantation, to arrange an abortion.
The suit says that the lawsuit claims that the abortion was “without her consent.”
Lyle, according to the lawsuit, had previously told Mary that he and Mary were having sex, but that they would both get pregnant.
Mary is seeking unspecified damages.
The lawsuit also says that a video of the abortion obtained by The Associated Press, which was shared on social media, showed the father holding the baby’s umbilical cord, saying, “Get her pregnant, I’m going to get her pregnant,” and that the baby was crying.
Lyle’s attorney, Richard Pfeiffer, said the lawsuit is not a political attack against the Sugar Daddies.
He said his client is not politically active.
The Sugar Dads Sugar daddy lawsuit is the latest case of an alleged sexual assault on a child in the United States that has drawn attention to the issue of child sex abuse.
In July, a judge ruled that a man charged with molesting a 14-year-old girl in Alabama could not have her adopted children.
The Associated Press has reported on a number of cases involving sexual assault and abuse of children in the country.