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Dr_Finkelstein
02-13-2009, 01:55 PM
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/health/7889033.stm

http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/news/article2233878.ece

I work in a Family Planning clinic so I shouldn't be shocked - but WOW!

What were her parents thinking letting him stay over and keeping a uniform there so he could leave for school? What did they think they were doing?

My two are getting locked up and I'm putting Depo in their water!!! :lmao: :lmao:

Di x

thelittlemermaid83
02-13-2009, 02:07 PM
This has actually disgusted and angered me.

What on earth is the world coming too, babies bringing up babies.

jen_uk
02-13-2009, 02:09 PM
Im not surprised, I hear my 16 year old students talking about how many partners they have had (loads!), what drugs they have done etc. Some of my students were telling me that they started taking ecstasy in year 8 at school :sad2:

Tinks1984
02-13-2009, 02:10 PM
It's certainly a shocker, the boy doesn't even look 8, let alone 13!

Goodness knows where these kids are learning all these things at that age, when I was 13 I was still playing with toys!!

Strange how society has changed so much in such a short amount of time ( as I'm not too old, yet! :lmao: )

scottish mum
02-13-2009, 02:15 PM
It is awful and he looks so young, my DS's 11 and 7 look older than him. I think the parents need to take some of the blame, they let him stay over

thelittlemermaid83
02-13-2009, 02:17 PM
When i was 13 i was still watching Animals of Farthing wood, not planning a baby.

Did they sell the story for money? Or did the Sun get tipped off?

Dr_Finkelstein
02-13-2009, 02:17 PM
When I was 13 I still had all my Sindy dolls!!! :lmao:

His girlfriend is 15 - when I was that age at school (not too long ago!), boys that were 2-3 years younger than you - you never even looked at, they were 'babies'!!

I just get sad when I think about all the missed opportunities for them - schooling/jobs etc. And future relationships - cause they're not gonna last, despite what they say! It'll end up in a vicious circle - he'll have more kids with someone else as will she...:sad2:

Di x

thelittlemermaid83
02-13-2009, 02:21 PM
I'm making sure Kyra stays away from boys untill she is 21.

Pinky166
02-13-2009, 02:26 PM
When I was 13 I still had all my Sindy dolls!!! :lmao:


:lmao: Me too!!!

This really angered me when I heard this story this morning - it's shocking!He looks no older than 8!

On the news they played a voice clip of him being interviewed, he was asked how he was going to cope financially, to which he replied "what does financially mean!"....that sums up why he should not be able to have/raise a child! :mad:

thelittlemermaid83
02-13-2009, 02:28 PM
:lmao: Me too!!!

This really angered me when I heard this story this morning - it's shocking!He looks no older than 8!

On the news they played a voice clip of him being interviewed, he was asked how he was going to cope financially, to which he replied "what does financially mean!"....that sums up why he should not be able to have/raise a child! :mad:

My mum would of probably beat me senseless if i ever came home at that age and said i was pregnant.

oceanscape
02-13-2009, 02:29 PM
That is absolutely disgusting. I'm truly shocked. Had to laugh at the Mother's name being "Chantelle" though.

Minniespal
02-13-2009, 02:30 PM
On the news they played a voice clip of him being interviewed, he was asked how he was going to cope financially, to which he replied "what does financially mean!"....that sums up why he should not be able to have/raise a child! :mad:

This totally angers me.

Another child that the state (i.e. the tax payers) will need to pay for.

Tinks1984
02-13-2009, 02:31 PM
My mum would of probably beat me senseless if i ever came home at that age and said i was pregnant.

I'm in agreement with this.

She'd have killed me - though we have role reversal now as I'm 25 next week, they're wanting to know when they're ACTUALLY going to get a Grandchild :laughing: I've told them they have to definately wait until after Florida next year :lmao:

thelittlemermaid83
02-13-2009, 02:34 PM
I'm in agreement with this.

She'd have killed me - though we have role reversal now as I'm 25 next week, they're wanting to know when they're ACTUALLY going to get a Grandchild :laughing: I've told them they have to definately wait until after Florida next year :lmao:

My mums reaction when i said i was pregnant at the grand age of 22 scared me half to death. :rotfl:

Bolanette87
02-13-2009, 02:35 PM
This does really concern me.... When I was 13 it was still weird to talk to lads and have them as friends never mind anything else! He was only 12 when the baby was concieved, and I just cannot believe it! Shocking stuff....

Bob xoxoxox

Becx N Gav
02-13-2009, 02:50 PM
I'm stunned by this, it makes you wonder what is happening to this country (I'm sure it's not the first or last but it's wrong) as others have said at this age I wasn't even thinking of dating boys - let alone .....(I'm 28)

They should do those 'doll' babies at primary school so even if it's just for 1 day (24 hours) the kids can see what a responsability it is to bring a child into the world. It's not fair on the two children to have this at their age, the parents should have intervened IMHO.

aaronandterri
02-13-2009, 02:50 PM
i am so locking my dd up when shes older................

T16GEM
02-13-2009, 02:52 PM
It's certainly a shocker, the boy doesn't even look 8, let alone 13!

Goodness knows where these kids are learning all these things at that age, when I was 13 I was still playing with toys!!

Strange how society has changed so much in such a short amount of time ( as I'm not too old, yet! :lmao: )

I was still playing with barbie dolls at 13 :rotfl:

Boss Hogg
02-13-2009, 03:01 PM
Probably shocking because it is the news, but sadly I would think not the only case of this.
To me shows the inconsistency of the state in such matters, as both of the people involved have broken the law and, I think it is safe to say, are in no fit state to raise a child.

As an aside, I heard a story on Radio 2 a couple of days ago where 3 children were taken into care by the local council because of a misdiagnosis of one of the children, which has now (a few years later) been accepted as a misdiagnosis and the courts have ruled that as the children are in adoptive families they will be left where they are and the biological parents are helpless to alter the situation.

Yet here we have a situation where the parents are in no fit state to raise the child, have admitted committing a crime and no-one seems to be talking about social services getting involved. Apparently the parents are in full support, I assume because they feel pressured into being that way (but haven't they got 5 or 6 children themselves?).

For me, the question is how has our soceity failed these people, because it clearly has. The world has gone mad.

poohmadmum
02-13-2009, 03:04 PM
It is shocking and I can shock you all even more!

My daughter is 14 in year 10 and one of the girls in her year gave birth to a little girl last month! :scared1: Dad is in the same year too although DD has found out that both families have agreed that dad is to have nothing further to do with the child. The girl has now returned to school but I think it really seems more real when it is someone you know.

I'm just glad my daughter is more interested in her sports than boys at the moment.

craigs bride
02-13-2009, 03:07 PM
im forever telling my D15 to wait and not to ruin her life by having early sex, at the moment she is listening but with storys of this nature its becoming harder to teach teens, its better to wait than ruin their lives..!

orlandothebeagle
02-13-2009, 05:31 PM
This has actually disgusted and angered me.

What on earth is the world coming too, babies bringing up babies.

I remember a comedy programe on the telly, it was when gordon brown wanted all school folk to stay on till they were 18, some one said, yeh well whos gonna pick up there kids from school, sad but true


It's certainly a shocker, the boy doesn't even look 8, let alone 13!

Goodness knows where these kids are learning all these things at that age, when I was 13 I was still playing with toys!!

Strange how society has changed so much in such a short amount of time ( as I'm not too old, yet! :lmao: )
Thats what I thought.

When i was 13 i was still watching Animals of Farthing wood, not planning a baby.

Did they sell the story for money? Or did the Sun get tipped off?

Me too, I am 38 and still terrified to get pregnent!!!:confused3 lol

I dont mean to be mean but they look to stupid to have sold there story.

I think it is disgusting but I have no answers.
Well I do but I aint gonna post them;)

Netty
02-13-2009, 06:00 PM
This isn't anything new.. my nephew became a father at 13 a few yrs ago=the mother was 16..

PoppyAnna
02-13-2009, 06:40 PM
I hadn't heard this story so my only knowledge is the two links posted:thumbsup2

I am shocked but as Matt says, I doubt it's an isolated case.

I was happy playing out with my friends, going swimming training and being taught the history of London from the top deck of a routemaster bus by my fantastic Grandfather at that age.
Note the pattern in that statement, all those activites involved the care, involement and guidance of my close family members. I loved music and was allowed to attend concerts during school holidays, I was treated quite fairly at that age (later it changed) and I responded by respecting my parents wishes. I would NEVER have got up to what they did.
Goodness knows how these children have been brought up. Just think, it's quite possible for this baby's grandparents to be no older than thirty:scared1:

When DH and I bought eldest DD home from the hospital that first night, we looked at each other and were petrified of being left alone with this little baby, I was 31 he was 35 for goodness sake! Imagine how these children feel about having a baby to care for.

mandymouse
02-14-2009, 02:34 AM
Sadly I wasn't surprised to hear about these young parents, but that boy hardly looked10, nevermind 13 :sad2:

As an aside, I heard a story on Radio 2 a couple of days ago where 3 children were taken into care by the local council because of a misdiagnosis of one of the children, which has now (a few years later) been accepted as a misdiagnosis and the courts have ruled that as the children are in adoptive families they will be left where they are and the biological parents are helpless to alter the situation.

I read about this too Matt, and I was really shocked that the kids weren't going to be returned to their parents :sad2: :sad2:

Laurafoster
02-14-2009, 02:56 AM
though we have role reversal now as I'm 25 next week, they're wanting to know when they're ACTUALLY going to get a Grandchild :laughing: I've told them they have to definately wait until after Florida next year :lmao:

Ditto! Im a year younger than you but get the same thing lol! Funny though my excuse was they will ahve to wait until after my cruise :lmao:


It is so shocking though, that being said my parents would never have let me have a boyfriend stay over at that age!

orlandothebeagle
02-14-2009, 03:07 AM
I hadn't heard this story so my only knowledge is the two links posted:thumbsup2

I am shocked but as Matt says, I doubt it's an isolated case.

I was happy playing out with my friends, going swimming training and being taught the history of London from the top deck of a routemaster bus by my fantastic Grandfather at that age.
Note the pattern in that statement, all those activites involved the care, involement and guidance of my close family members. I loved music and was allowed to attend concerts during school holidays, I was treated quite fairly at that age (later it changed) and I responded by respecting my parents wishes. I would NEVER have got up to what they did.
Goodness knows how these children have been brought up. Just think, it's quite possible for this baby's grandparents to be no older than thirty:scared1:

When DH and I bought eldest DD home from the hospital that first night, we looked at each other and were petrified of being left alone with this little baby, I was 31 he was 35 for goodness sake! Imagine how these children feel about having a baby to care for.

Do you think they get it though? probabaly not, ignorance is bliss.
Ditto! Im a year younger than you but get the same thing lol! Funny though my excuse was they will ahve to wait until after my cruise :lmao:


It is so shocking though, that being said my parents would never have let me have a boyfriend stay over at that age!

My Mum has given up with us,she is very happy with my beagle puppy though:rotfl:

natalielongstaff
02-14-2009, 03:09 AM
Sadly I wasn't surprised to hear about these young parents, but that boy hardly looked10, nevermind 13 :sad2:


He does look very young ! i think this story is horrific and a sad indication of our society today :headache:

i wonder how much they were paid for their story :headache:

Beth__WDW23/6/02
02-14-2009, 05:18 AM
It did makes me feel physically sick,I have a 9 year old daughter and to think at that age some children arent thinking of who's playing out,or whos collecting these cards etc makes me worry.:headache:

Natasha&Matt
02-14-2009, 07:06 AM
This is crazy!! And I cant believe the pictures the Sun has got them posing in this morning!! Holding the baby whist playing the playstation its just sickening!!

Boss Hogg
02-14-2009, 07:50 AM
This is crazy!! And I cant believe the pictures the Sun has got them posing in this morning!! Holding the baby whist playing the playstation its just sickening!!You can rely on the Sun for considered undramatic journalism!

florida sun
02-14-2009, 08:02 AM
Im like Mandy, sadly Im not all that surprised to hear this:confused3

CustardTart
02-14-2009, 08:10 AM
I'm 100% sure it's nothing new. A boy was expelled from my friend's primary school for having sex in an empty classroom with a girl who had left the previous year - he was 11, she was 12 and that was in 1973... :rolleyes:

Personally, I became interested in boys from around the age of 13 and at 15 was dating the boy who became (and still is) my husband - I'm very glad no one locked me up... ;)

Pinky166
02-14-2009, 08:36 AM
This is crazy!! And I cant believe the pictures the Sun has got them posing in this morning!! Holding the baby whist playing the playstation its just sickening!!

You can always rely on the Sun for a touch of Class! :lmao:

paulh
02-14-2009, 08:42 AM
i know were all shocked by this news,but would it have been the same if it was a girl of 13 with a 15 year old boy? yes there would have been but not as much.Seems in our society we would not be as shocked by teanage pregnencys than a underage dad.Looking into the story the girls family remind me of the shanon mathews case.
i recall my mispent youth ie all nighters at wigan casino at 14,plus outher things.
Our minds get selective and protective as we get older, as if any of my kids did what i did as a youngster i`d kill them
Paulh

Pinky166
02-14-2009, 08:42 AM
Personally, I became interested in boys from around the age of 13 and at 15 was dating the boy who became (and still is) my husband - I'm very glad no one locked me up... ;)

:lmao:

Awww - I was dating my husband at the age of 16. :goodvibes

He was 12 & she was 14 when they conceived - I know it happens but it's just so wrong. :sad2: I have a 12 year old nephew and just can't imagine him even being interested in girls...or boys for that matter! :rotfl2: ;)

orlandothebeagle
02-14-2009, 09:41 AM
You can always rely on the Sun for a touch of Class! :lmao:
We call it the Scum

i know were all shocked by this news,but would it have been the same if it was a girl of 13 with a 15 year old boy?
Paulh
Yes, I would anyway.

Lizzybear
02-14-2009, 01:49 PM
Not saying that having kids at 13 is 'normal' or what anyone should do but i'm only 24 and remember girls in my school being interested in boys even in year 5 of primary school and losing virginity at 13 or 14 wasn't particularly unusual either. I hate the Sun and this article is pretty much testament to why, typical 'this country's going to the dogs' tabloid rubbish to make the readers feel superior.

Pinky166
02-14-2009, 01:51 PM
We call it the Scum


Me too...

orlandothebeagle
02-14-2009, 02:53 PM
A big bit off topic, but did you see that story about the poor baby that got killed by the 2 dogs.

The Parents put out a statement saying for others not to leave babies with dogs no matter how nice they were as it it could happen to anybody.

OK thats true, but it did not happen to anybody it happened to them cause they were stupid enough to leave a tiny baby in a room alone for god knows how long with 2 terriers for god sake.One originally bred for hunting and one for fighting:sad2:

I know both breed can be lovely but dogs are dogs.

Never mind the dogs could have killed the babe by knocking it off the TABLE it was on.

natalielongstaff
02-14-2009, 02:58 PM
A big bit off topic, but did you see that story about the poor baby that got killed by the 2 dogs.

The Parents put out a statement saying for others not to leave babies with dogs no matter how nice they were as it it could happen to anybody.

OK thats true, but it did not happen to anybody it happened to them cause they were stupid enough to leave a tiny baby in a room alone for god knows how long with 2 terriers for god sake.One originally bred for hunting and one for fighting:sad2:

I know both breed can be lovely but dogs are dogs.

Never mind the dogs could have killed the babe by knocking it off the TABLE it was on.

i read that :sad2: leaving the baby on a table was bad enough ! and then grandma fell asleep and left the dogs in the room :confused3

PoppyAnna
02-14-2009, 03:19 PM
Personally, I became interested in boys from around the age of 13 and at 15 was dating the boy who became (and still is) my husband - I'm very glad no one locked me up... ;)

I agree Karen, but would you have done the deed with a boy just turned 11 but looking about 9!

I went to a very street wise Central London school with a very mixed pupil base, but nobody in my school got pregnant. My cousin who is the same age as me went to a suburban all girls school (that now happens to be my local secondary) and she said many teenage pregnancies occured in her year:confused3 she put it down to shelted suburban life, I'm not so sure.

A big bit off topic, but did you see that story about the poor baby that got killed by the 2 dogs.

The Parents put out a statement saying for others not to leave babies with dogs no matter how nice they were as it it could happen to anybody.

OK thats true, but it did not happen to anybody it happened to them cause they were stupid enough to leave a tiny baby in a room alone for god knows how long with 2 terriers for god sake.One originally bred for hunting and one for fighting:sad2:

I know both breed can be lovely but dogs are dogs.

Never mind the dogs could have killed the babe by knocking it off the TABLE it was on.

We would like a dog but there is always a "what if" element. We will wait until the girls are a bit older and take some responsibility for the pooch too!
Dogs are capable of getting jealous when baby comes along and this can aften spark trouble.
I remember a friend of mine who had two babies within two years and a dog in the middle somewhere, telling me that when she was "nursing" her baby her toddler was incredibly jealous and would get attention to stop her feeding by hitting the dog really hard and it kept snapping back at the toddler.......yikes! At the moment, it's one more thing to worry about that I could do without.

paulh
02-14-2009, 03:33 PM
You can always rely on the Sun for a touch of Class! :lmao:

a few years ago our local pub sindicate won 3 million on the pools,there were 25 people each payng a certan ammount.each week there would be 75p left over
The sun journalist worked this out and hounded the sindicate organisers about it.They wouldent tell them what happened about the left over money, why should they as the rest of the sindicate knew.they would put an extra line when it mounted up.
Paulh

orlandothebeagle
02-14-2009, 03:41 PM
I agree Karen, but would you have done the deed with a boy just turned 11 but looking about 9!

I went to a very street wise Central London school with a very mixed pupil base, but nobody in my school got pregnant. My cousin who is the same age as me went to a suburban all girls school (that now happens to be my local secondary) and she said many teenage pregnancies occured in her year:confused3 she put it down to shelted suburban life, I'm not so sure.



We would like a dog but there is always a "what if" element. We will wait until the girls are a bit older and take some responsibility for the pooch too!
Dogs are capable of getting jealous when baby comes along and this can aften spark trouble.
I remember a friend of mine who had two babies within two years and a dog in the middle somewhere, telling me that when she was "nursing" her baby her toddler was incredibly jealous and would get attention to stop her feeding by hitting the dog really hard and it kept snapping back at the toddler.......yikes! At the moment, it's one more thing to worry about that I could do without.

Poor dog. Accident waiting to happen.

Most of my friends combine babies and dogs with no probs what so ever, just not staffies and jrts.
Shaunie was only 4 when we got orly and she was perfect, now she teaches her little sister to behave with the new puppy, all is good.
Although that said I would never put either(dog or toddler) in a position that could result in an accident.

Frances999
02-14-2009, 04:33 PM
I wish I didn't click on this thread or see the photographs. Truly shocking; I'm disgusted.

CustardTart
02-14-2009, 04:53 PM
I agree Karen, but would you have done the deed with a boy just turned 11 but looking about 9!
My cousin who is the same age as me went to a suburban all girls school (that now happens to be my local secondary) and she said many teenage pregnancies occured in her year:confused3 she put it down to shelted suburban life, I'm not so sure..

I'm sorry to say, I was just making an ill-judged flip remark in an attempt to inject levity... However, in answer to the question, surprisingly I wouldn't have considered doing the deed with anyone despite my interest in boys and the fact I went to an all-girls suburban high school - tho' it was nothing like Langley... ;)


Most of my friends combine babies and dogs with no probs what so ever, just not staffies and jrts.
Shaunie was only 4 when we got orly and she was perfect, now she teaches her little sister to behave with the new puppy, all is good.

Yes, we've always managed it... :goodvibes

Dr_Finkelstein
02-14-2009, 05:11 PM
I remember starting to get interested in boys at about age 14-15yrs, but I was still really naive before then. Even when I was older I was too scared of my mum to take any chances!!!

I just think there is a lot of pressure put on young people nowadays to 'fit in' , and at the Family Planning Clinic when I see the younger girls they are really shocked when I try and say to them that they have the initiative. ie., no condom = no hanky panky. They all worry that they'll get 'dumped' if they say that. They just don't have the maturity or emotional development to cope with that kind of relationship. :sad2:

Di x

Claire L
02-14-2009, 09:30 PM
This has even made news on the US tv! Must say this is my home town and can say the names of the children are not familiar to me, or weren't until this news report!

Claire ;)

Dimplenose
02-15-2009, 02:33 AM
I've just heard on Sky News that a 16 year old boy is demanding a DNA test as he thinks he's the father of the baby. If that is the case it is still shocking but a bit more believable than the original story (though I doubt the Sun would have paid for that sadly too common story.)

Boss Hogg
02-15-2009, 03:10 AM
I've just heard on Sky News that a 16 year old boy is demanding a DNA test as he thinks he's the father of the baby. If that is the case it is still shocking but a bit more believable than the original story (though I doubt the Sun would have paid for that sadly too common story.)
Just heard this also, the story goes from one extreme to another, being more ludicrous by the day. Looks like anyone remotely related will be making a few quid by selling their story.

PoppyAnna
02-15-2009, 03:43 AM
I've just heard on Sky News that a 16 year old boy is demanding a DNA test as he thinks he's the father of the baby.

:lmao: :lmao: :lmao: :lmao: Sorry, couldn't help myself;)

natalielongstaff
02-15-2009, 04:09 AM
I've just heard on Sky News that a 16 year old boy is demanding a DNA test as he thinks he's the father of the baby. If that is the case it is still shocking but a bit more believable than the original story (though I doubt the Sun would have paid for that sadly too common story.)

can this story get any worse !!

Dimplenose
02-15-2009, 04:18 AM
can this story get any worse !!

With the number of newspapers now involved it probably can get worse.

I feel so sad for the poor little baby in the middle of all this.

orlandothebeagle
02-15-2009, 07:49 AM
can this story get any worse !!

m mm could be twins

Lizzybear
02-15-2009, 07:56 AM
A big bit off topic, but did you see that story about the poor baby that got killed by the 2 dogs.

The Parents put out a statement saying for others not to leave babies with dogs no matter how nice they were as it it could happen to anybody.

OK thats true, but it did not happen to anybody it happened to them cause they were stupid enough to leave a tiny baby in a room alone for god knows how long with 2 terriers for god sake.One originally bred for hunting and one for fighting:sad2:

I know both breed can be lovely but dogs are dogs.

Never mind the dogs could have killed the babe by knocking it off the TABLE it was on.

It always seems to be in these situations that someone has gone and left a kid alone with a dog.. I'm a dog lover but this is something I would never do, no matter how friendly/soft/loving they may be. We would like to have kids and also a dog in the future, hopefully at the same time.

orlandothebeagle
02-15-2009, 08:04 AM
It always seems to be in these situations that someone has gone and left a kid alone with a dog.. I'm a dog lover but this is something I would never do, no matter how friendly/soft/loving they may be. We would like to have kids and also a dog in the future, hopefully at the same time.

Yes and like millions of others I am sure you wll manage perfectly.
Good luck on both!!

thelittlemermaid83
02-15-2009, 08:25 AM
What i was wondering if the boy hasnt even reached puberty yet (from reports i have read) how has he fathered this child?

I may be making myself look dumb on this lol.

Beth__WDW23/6/02
02-15-2009, 08:29 AM
I find it all appauling.
That poor baby,it wouldnt even suprise me if it was a ploy to make money..youngest father la la then turns out he isnt even the father,but then in this society now a days anythings possible.:rolleyes1

paulh
02-15-2009, 08:55 AM
With the number of newspapers now involved it probably can get worse.

I feel so sad for the poor little baby in the middle of all this.

it will be bad emotionlyfor him if it turns out he`s not the dad,will make the mum of baby look a like she was takeing him for a ride,and why didnt his mother go down the dna route?
Paulh

paulh
02-15-2009, 08:56 AM
I find it all appauling.
That poor baby,it wouldnt even suprise me if it was a ploy to make money..youngest father la la then turns out he isnt even the father,but then in this society now a days anythings possible.:rolleyes1

i did say the shannon mathews case came to mind when i heard it in one of my earler posts
Paulh

Boss Hogg
02-15-2009, 09:43 AM
and why didnt his mother go down the dna route?
Paulh
The cynical amongst us may suggest for the money, far less of a story if it is the "work" of a 16 yr old:confused3

wishspirit
02-18-2009, 06:02 PM
To be honest, i am just glad they are finally focusing on teenage (even if they don't look it!) fathers. Too long the emphasis has been placed on girls with loose morals, it should be a balance. It takes two to tango!

I worry about this, as a young teenager, I always wanted children, but I had the sensibility (and the strict parentage) to know that children need more than what a 15/16 can give.

Part of me thinks that child really should be taken into care, they are too young, and there are plenty of older responsible couples desperate for a baby. A strong message needs to be sent out that it is illegal and a waste of a great potential for both father and mother. It takes more than DNA to be a parent!

tennisfan
02-19-2009, 04:40 AM
Apparently in the Daily Mail today someone is saying that Chantelle's mother tod her to lie & say that Alfie is the father so they can make loads of money selling the story. I have been saying this was the case all along. Prime example was last week when the news broke they didn't want to talk to the tv cameras but amazingly the next day there was an exclusive in the newspaper. Hopefully they will stop getting the press coverage.

Its sad that they resort to using a newborn baby as a pawn in thier sordid scam.