Couple sues fertility clinic: Got the asian kid

A couple from New Jersey in the UNITED states has chosen to take action against the fertility clinic, where they were artificially fertilized in 2012. Kristin

Couple sues fertility clinic: Got the asian kid

A couple from New Jersey in the UNITED states has chosen to take action against the fertility clinic, where they were artificially fertilized in 2012. Kristin

Ann McDonald
Ann McDonald
13 September 2019 Friday 22:00
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Couple sues fertility clinic: Got the asian kid

A couple from New Jersey in the UNITED states has chosen to take action against the fertility clinic, where they were artificially fertilized in 2012.

Kristina Koedderich and Drew Wasilewski, which today have been divorced, spent a half-million dollars - about 3.4 million dollars - on treatment at the Institute for Reproductive Medicine and Science.

the Year after getting their long-desired daughter to the world. But after a few years began Kristina Koedderich and Drew Wasilewski to note that the girl developed what looked like asian features.

It tells the couple's lawyer, David Mazie, the New York Post.


In 2015, the couple had made a DNA test, which proved that there was '0 percent probability' that Drew Wasilewski could be the father of the child.

In the last month ordered a judge to the clinic to give a list of the men who donated the sperm around the time when the pair was in the treatment. on the way, they hope to find the daughter's biological father, so that they can get to know more about her genetic origins. The parents also want to get answers on, if Drew Wasilewskis cumshot is been used in another woman's fertility treatment.

Kristina Koedderich, 47, and Drew Wasilewski, 49, tells to the New York Post that the whole situation was corroded so much on their relationship that they ended up getting divorced.

the Hospital said it could not be done, that there was no error from their side. So I began to think, 'has my wife been unfaithful?' What on earth is going on?' he says.


the Daughter was born six weeks early in 2013 and was admitted to the neonatal department in a few weeks after the birth. Already then I thought the pair by himself, that she looked asian, but they beat it go and was just happy to have become parents to a healthy, healthy and beautiful child.

But after a few years began the daughter's appearance to be noticed by strangers, and it was extremely uncomfortable for the couple.

- Where we went, could the alien find to say: 'Where have you adopted her?' says Kristina Koedderich.

- We tried to ignore it, and gave them a glance to get them to stop asking questions - in front of the children, complementing Drew Wasilewski.


the Couple also has a son of 10 years who has come to the world with the help of fertility treatments, but not by artificial insemination. He looks like more of its parents, and when people see the two children together, telling parents, getting the curiosity just even greater, because they do not resemble each other.

Since the pair in 2015 got the answer on the DNA sample, which showed that Drew Wasilewski in no way could be their daughter's father, they were both completely in shock. In november 2017 was the pair divorced, according to them partly because of 'the be transformed into the situation'.

- You start to question everything. What happens? Is it the wife or is it the hospital? You will be filled up by all sorts of emotions. You are confused. It is extremely tærende on one's feelings. You have no idea how to deal with it, says Drew Wasileski.


the Couple from New Jersey now living separately, but try to maintain a friendly relationship for their children's sake.

Drew Wasilewski tells the newspaper that he and the ex-wife now pursue legal action, because they want to find answers to the daughter's origin, so they can give her a real answer when she asks why she looks 'different' out.

- I would like to have, that she must know its genetic sundhedshistorik. And then I will not have it here should be done for any other, because it has been so difficult. The last four years have been a nightmare. Why has anyone earned this, when they're just trying to get a child on your own? ask Drew Wasilewski.

Updated: 13.09.2019 22:00
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