The fertility clinic in New Jersey is instructed to hand over the list of sperm donors after a white couple give birth to an Asian baby in a & # 39; nightmare scenario & # 39; that eventually led to a divorce
- Both Kristina (formerly Wasilewski) Koedderich and her now ex-husband, Drew Wasilewski filed their lawsuits individually
- The couple from Verona, New Jersey, claim to have paid $ 500,000 to the Institute of Reproductive Medicine and Science in Saint Barnabas (IRMS)
- Wasilewski provided a sample of his sperm on November 7, 2012 and the sperm had to be used around November 26 of that year to fertilize Koedderich's eggs
- Their & # 39; nightmare scenario & # 39; Unfolded after the birth of the girl in January 2013 and noted that she had Asian characteristics
- She also had a blood disease that is often related to people in Southeast Asia
- A DNA test would prove to Wasilewski that he was not the father of the young girl
- Last month Judge Judge Keith Lynott released an order to force the center to release the names of their customers from the same period
Kristina Koedderich and her now ex-husband, Drew Wasilewski, individually filed their lawsuits at the New Jersey Supreme Court in Essex County
The family of a white New Jersey couple broke up after they had an Asian baby because of an alleged accident at their fertility clinic, according to a lawsuit last month.
Both Kristina (formerly Wasilewski) Koedderich and her now ex-husband, Drew Wasilewski, individually filed their lawsuits with the New Jersey Supreme Court in Essex County.
The couple from Verona, New Jersey claim that they paid $ 500,000 to the Institute of Reproductive Medicine and Science at Saint Barnabas (IRMS) so they could have a couple together.
Wasilewski provided a sample of his sperm on November 7, 2012 and the sperm had to be used around November 26 of that year to fertilize Koedderich's eggs.
But after the birth of a girl in July 2013, the & # 39; nightmare scenario & # 39; unfolded of the couple when they found that they had Asian functions and had a blood disorder associated with the Southeast Asian heritage, according to court documents.
A DNA test would prove to Wasilewski that he was not the father of the young girl.
In his statement, Wasilewski said that he destroyed & # 39; was through the news. His ex-wife remembered him crying in her statement.
Wasilewski sperm was replaced by that of an Asian man and Koedderich gave birth to her daughter in January 2013. Due to the accident, the couple eventually divorced
& # 39; He cried, & # 39; Koedderich said in her statement, according to NJ.com. & # 39; I cried. And I called (IRMS) the next day and asked how – could this be possible? Would this really be possible? & # 39;
Last month Judge Keith Lynott in Essex County issued an order to force the center to release the names of men and women who used the facility at the same time as the couple.
The order also required IRMS to release the names of those working at the facility at the time of the accident. It specifically asks to note who supervised laboratory technician, suspect Melissa Bell, when she processed the man's sperm sample.
Suit mentions the Institute of Reproductive Medicine and Science in Saint Barnabas (IRMS) as the suspect. It also mentions Dr. John Garrisi (photo)
All Asian men who have given semen thawed during the time frame have also been asked to be identified by the facility. In most cases, defendants were allowed to leave the initials of the client, except for the man who believed he had delivered the sperm for Koedderich's baby.
Also included is an order requesting all documents related to policies and procedures when performing the various insemination steps.
Finally, the order also asks to list all possible female customers who could have Wasilewski fertilize their eggs.
The former couple is represented by Mazie, SLater, Katz & Freeman. Their lawsuit calls IRMS, Dr. John Garrisi, Dr. Natalie Cekleniak and countless John Does as the defendant.
Dr. Natalie Cekleniak is also a defendant in the case, along with various lab technicians and John Does
They are seeking compensation and have also indicated that the negligence of the center ultimately led them to a divorce.
& # 39; What happened to the father's sperm that he doesn't know? & # 39; said the plaintiffs' lawyer, David Mazie. & # 39; This little girl has the right to know her genetic history. She has the right to know if there are medical conditions. & # 39;
Mazie added that Wasilewski wanted to learn if he had children, a feeling the man shared in his statement.
& # 39; I would really like to be involved, & # 39; he said. & # 39; I think as children you want to know who – who and where you come from. And – I believe I am a very good person. And I want them to know who I am, as a person, to learn as much about me as I learned about my mother and father … & # 39;
The social media of Koedderich indicates that she has two children.
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