Man wants DNA test to see if he is octuplets' father
Nearly a month after she gave birth to octuplets, the story of Nadya Suleman continues to take on soap opera-like twists.
The latest chapter came today on "Good Morning America," in which a man who says he "might" be the father of the octuplets said he donated sperm to Suleman a decade ago when they were dating. He now wants a DNA test to see if he is the father.
Denis Beaudoin told ABC News he had a three-year relationship with Suleman and found it "out of the ordinary" when she asked him to donate sperm.
"But I cared about her so much. And I mean, we were, we were in love. I mean, I loved Nadya very much," he said. "She really had a really infectious laugh. You know, just her laugh would, it would make you crack up. It's kind of like she had a real high-pitch, squeaky cartoon voice. And, you know, she was a lot of fun to be around. Just her whole bubbly outward personality was really, really cool."
Suleman has not identified the father of the octuplets and denied to ABC News that Beaudoin is the father.
Suleman, 33, had six other children before she gave birth to octuplets. Many have questioned how Suleman can care for the 14 children when she doesn't have a job and lives in her mother's three-bedroom house, which might soon be foreclosed on.
A default notice was filed Feb. 9 for a loan that is $23,224 past due. The notice lists a projected sale date of June 9, according to the website foreclosureradar.com. Suleman's mother bought the house in March 2006 for $605,000 with a loan from IndyMac Bank for $453,750.
Beaudoin, who is married and has two of his own children, told ABC he would be willing to help raise the octuplets if it turns out he's the father.
"You know my wife, she's not real happy about, you know, the whole situation. I mean, you can't really blame her. I mean I kind of threw this in her lap after, you know, it kind of hit the news," he said.
-- Shelby Grad
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