Woman suing NHL star Evander Kane over & # 39; $ 3 million abortion promise & # 39; agrees to disclose her identity

NHL lawsuit against Evander Kane for promising to pay her $ 3 million to abort his child, & agrees to reveal her identity in court after challenging her anonymity

  • The woman who filed a lawsuit against NHL and Eva Evander Kane for alleged negligence on a promise to pay her $ 3 million to abort his child has agreed to reveal her identity
  • Hope Parker initially sued Kane under the pseudonym & # 39; Jane Doe & # 39; but an L.A. County judge found no reason why she should sue Kane anonymously
  • Instead of withdrawing, Parker filed another lawsuit with her real name
  • Parker said earlier that she dated Kane periodically between 2015 and 2018, during which time the native Vancouver mainly played for the Buffalo Sabers
  • Parker claims to have undergone two abortions after being impregnated by Kane, but refused to do this a third time until he offered her $ 3 million
  • In November, 27-year-old Kane told reporters that the lawsuit & # 39; a bunch of B.S & # 39; where the allegations & # 39; unfounded & # 39; and a & # 39; death problem & # 39; were mentioned
  • In March, Kane announced that his wife, whom he had not publicly identified, had a miscarriage after 26 weeks of pregnancy
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The woman who filed a lawsuit against NHL, Star Evander Kane, allegedly having withdrawn her promise to pay her $ 3 million to abort his child, has decided to disclose her identity to continue with the $ 6 million lawsuit against 27-year-old San Jose Sharks winger.

Hope Parker initially sued Kane under the pseudonym & # 39; Jane Doe & # 39; but according to TMZ, a judge in the Superior Court of Los Angeles County found no reason why she could sue Kane anonymously.

& # 39; There is no clear California law that allows her to remain anonymous & # 39 ;, the judge stated in the ruling.

Instead of withdrawing, Parker again filed a lawsuit against Kane – this time using her real name.

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Kane previously challenged Parker's legal right to prosecute him anonymously.

The woman who filed a lawsuit against NHL, Star Evander Kane, for allegedly not promising to pay her $ 3 million to abort his child, has decided to reveal her identity to continue with the $ 6 million lawsuit against 27-year-old San Jose Sharks winger.

The woman who filed a lawsuit against NHL, Star Evander Kane, for allegedly not promising to pay her $ 3 million to abort his child, has decided to reveal her identity to continue with the $ 6 million lawsuit against 27-year-old San Jose Sharks winger.

Parker said earlier that she had dated Kane periodically between 2015 and 2018. At the time, the native in Vancouver mainly played for the Buffalo Sabers. He was traded to the San Jose Sharks in February 2018.

According to TMZ, Parker claims to have undergone two abortions after being impregnated by Kane, but refused to do this a third time until he offered her $ 3 million.

After his refusal to pay, Parker charged him for $ 6 million.

The sum of $ 6 million mentioned in the original lawsuit consists of the $ 3 million that it claims to have promised for the abortion procedure, plus an additional $ 3 million for intentionally inflicting emotional stress & # 39 ;.

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In November, Kane told reporters that the process & # 39; a bunch of B.S & # 39; where the allegations & # 39; unfounded & # 39; and a & # 39; death problem & # 39; were mentioned.

& # 39; Anyone can now say anything they want, & # 39; he said. & # 39; I'm not really going to talk about it anymore because it won't help me, it won't do any good. & # 39;

In March, Kane announced that his wife, whom he had not publicly identified, had a miscarriage after 26 weeks of pregnancy

In March, Kane announced that his wife, whom he had not publicly identified, had a miscarriage after 26 weeks of pregnancy

In March, Kane announced that his wife, whom he had not publicly identified, had a miscarriage after 26 weeks of pregnancy

Paul J. Cambria Jr., Kane's lawyer said: & # 39; We are convinced that this lawsuit is unfounded both factually and legally.

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& # 39; We will aggressively defend this claim on behalf of Evander and assert all applicable counterclaims. & # 39;

In May of 2018, Kane signed a seven-year contract extension with the Sharks worth $ 49 million.

According to TMZ, Kane argued in legal documents that if he did decide to pay Parker $ 3 million, he would do so in a closed sexual environment, and the court cannot enforce such an agreement.

Kane has had an up-and-down career since he finished fourth overall in the 2009 NHL Draft by Atlanta Thrashers, who moved to Winnipeg in 2011. In 2018-19 he tied his career high with 30 goals for the season. However, he also had a career-high 153 penalty minutes.

In March, Kane announced that his wife, whom he had not publicly identified, had a miscarriage after 26 weeks of pregnancy.

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& # 39; I would like to thank everyone who, in this extremely difficult time, reached my wife and I & # 39 ;, he wrote on Twitter. & # 39; In the weekend our daughter Eva died after 26 weeks. As expectant parents, this week has broken us. We have received enormous support from family and friends, and we really want to thank them. We also want to thank our Shark family for their support, compassion and for having me with my family at this time. & # 39;

In 2018, Kane signed a seven-year contract extension with the Sharks worth $ 49 million

In 2018, Kane signed a seven-year contract extension with the Sharks worth $ 49 million

In 2018, Kane signed a seven-year contract extension with the Sharks worth $ 49 million

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