Would You Sign An Abortion Contract?

July 25, 2013  |  
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From HelloBeautiful 

In today’s WTF news, new LA Clipper J.J. Redick entered into an “abortion contract” with former girlfriend Vanessa Lopez. He agreed to carry-on a relationship with her or pay her $25,000 to abort the fetus she claimed was his. Once doctors confirmed that the pregnancy terminated, their relationship would begin again. The contract was leaked online.

To see the contract, read more at HelloBeautiful.com 

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  • DeepThinker

    I would not lay down with a man that expects me to abort should I become pregnant. Basically he is telling you upfront he wants nothing that will keep you and him tied together, but given this woman’s history with Shaq and others I can understand why. She’s been passed around so much she is willing to accept anything. Makes my stomach turn.

  • Yvonne Watkins

    The contract would not be valid or enforceable. You cannot contract out of legal obligations. If a child is yours, you must pay child support. The attorneys would have a field day with this one. Hers will say she signed it under duress – she didn’t want to lose him. His will say, no child support because she said she would have an abortion. He clearly doesn’t love her. She should leave him and under no circumstances have his child.

    • DeepThinker

      Plus I’m wondering if there is such a lack of trust that you have to draw up a legal document, then why even bother with her?

  • I_am_a_Gladiator/Scandalista

    And for her to sign the contract is just as disgusting. If she really wanted to do it she should do it for herself not to continue dating someone who sacrifices his own child because he’s too immature to take care of it.

  • hiswomanandlovingit

    as bad as it sounds, i would. it would have to have stipulations in it that would protect my interests as well. like if i did want the child and he didnt, i would get to keep it and absolve him of any and all duties/rights to the child. but then i really couldnt see myself having a child that the father honestly didnt want.

  • AncientSpiritNewDay

    I honestly can’t say what I would do in a situation unless I were faced with it or have been through it. But I will say, it’s pretty bad to be making business deals over a human life. Foul!

  • Hmm

    I actually think that is a good business decision. If you are dealing with someone that you do not want a child with, why not have this type of contract? Accidents happen. Better safe than sorry. I’d rather break somebody off with a one time fee of $25,000 than $25,000 a month for 18 years..

    • lexx

      Can I ask, are you a man or woman?

    • 1Val

      A better “business” decision is to not have sex with someone that you do not want to have your children.

      • Nikia D-Shiznit

        Or use protection

      • meteor_echo

        I suppose childfree people should remain celibate, then?

      • inessa

        tell that to the millions of women who get an abortion each year !

    • I_am_a_Gladiator/Scandalista

      Accident or not. It takes 2 people to have a child. How about he take that same $25,000 and get a vasectomy.

      • Janet

        Yes THAT can be reversed. A bad abortion can leave the woman infertile. Why would a woman want to be with someone like this?

  • Chey

    WTF is right. Disgusting.