I’m not going to waste time.
I’m just going to be there to see you get your day in court.
I mean, you guys know me and my dad, so you’re probably going to get your own day in front of a judge.
But the day after your child gets hit with the dad-in-law law, it’s not going be a happy one for all involved.
A woman named Laura McAlpine has filed suit against her husband, who allegedly retaliated against her for saying she wasn’t ready to have a child and had an STD.
McAlpine, a former business executive, is seeking $10 million in compensatory and punitive damages, claiming she was not only harassed but also sexually assaulted by her husband.
The Daily Beast reports: McALPINE alleges that she received a call from her husband’s ex-girlfriend, asking her to marry him.
McAlpine says she declined and that’s when she learned her husband was seeking to divorce her, and that he would seek a paternity test.
She says her husband sent her texts that said, “I can’t be a dad to you, because you are not ready.”
McAlpy says she was told to go into the doctor’s office with her husband and tell him he was unfit for parenting.
She was also told that her husband had been accused of molesting a 14-year-old girl.
McALPPIEN’s husband was also a convicted felon and was living with his father at the time of the alleged incident.
In court documents, the defense argued that McAlpinne had no right to sue her husband over a lack of parenting skills.
“He did not get her pregnant,” defense attorney Jennifer McAlper said.
“He did it in a way that she did not want him to do.”
McAlpines lawsuit claims that her son, who is now 14, has a medical condition called cystic fibrosis and was in and out of the hospital for several months due to the illness.
According to the Daily Beast, McAlpeys lawsuit is not the first time a woman has accused her husband of sexual abuse.
Miguel Gomez-Barrera, a convicted child molester, was accused of sexual assault by his wife, and was sentenced to life in prison in 2004 for molesting children.
More from the Daily Dot: The newest-known paternity test is a new way to determine paternity in the US.
Women are increasingly demanding paternity tests that don’t require a man to prove paternity of their child.
You’ve probably heard about a new app called ‘Paternity Tracker,’ which tracks a woman’s DNA using DNA swabs and compares the results with the DNA of the man who gave birth to her child.
And in an effort to get more women to test, an online app called DNALink has begun testing for all women who have given birth in the past month, a trend that may be accelerating.
Paternity tests are a hot topic because they’re a much-needed way to keep track of children who have been separated or who have died.
They are also a way for women to determine the paternity of a child that’s not related to the mother.
Last year, a California couple sued a California-based sperm bank, alleging the bank withheld payments for a woman who gave up her unborn child to be a surrogate mother, which the bank said was a violation of the state’s surrogate law.
Another woman is suing California’s Department of Family and Protective Services, claiming that her child was stolen from her and taken for adoption by a man who later killed her.
And now, a new paternity test app has been released to track paternity.
‘Daddy’s Law’ is a free app available for Apple, Android, and Windows devices.
Read more at Mashable.com