Sperm Donor Isn't Octu-Dad: Suleman

Man: Nadya said she had ovarian cancer
By Matt Cantor,  Newser Staff
Posted Feb 23, 2009 10:50 AM CST
Sperm Donor Isn't Octu-Dad: Suleman
An interview with Dennis Beaudoin aired this morning on ABC.   (ABC)

The man who appeared on ABC's Good Morning America today as the possible dad of Nadya Suleman’s octuplets didn’t father any of her children, Suleman told Us Magazine. Dennis Beaudoin’s “not lying. He went to the doctor with me once,” she said. “It didn’t work. He was right before the real donor.” All 14 of her kids have the same dad, Suleman adds.

Beaudoin said he offered his sperm because Suleman told him she had ovarian cancer and didn’t have much time, TMZ notes. She calls that “untrue,” saying, “this is, like, getting from bad to worse.” Beaudoin, who says the pair was in a “serious” relationship for 3 years, wants a paternity test. But father or not, “if she needs it I’ll lend a helping hand.” (More octuplets stories.)

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