This poor fool got well and truly screwed. He thought he was going to help these ladies out by being a donor. Rather than just giving genetic material, he might have to donate child support payments for the next few years.
The Kansas Department for Children and Families filed the case in October 2012 seeking to have Marotta declared the father of a child born to Jennifer Schreiner in 2009. The state was seeking to have Marotta declared the child’s father so he can be held responsible for about $6,000 in public assistance the state provided, as well as future child support.
Marotta opposed that action, saying he had contacted Schreiner and her partner at the time, Angela Bauer, in response to an ad they placed on Craigslist seeking a sperm donor. He said he signed a contract waiving his parental rights and responsibilities.
And that’s, children, why you should always be skeptical about where your donations go.
Judge rules Kansas sperm donor must pay child support