What do you think about this?
Court Rules Boy Must Pay Child Support to His Rapist
LANCASTER, Ohio — A Pickerington couple and their son are fighting for
custody of a baby born to a Lancaster woman charged with having unlawful sex
with the boy, who was 15 at the time of conception.
A paternity test shows that the teen is the father of the baby born April 7
to Jane C. Crane, who was 19 when she became pregnant. Now, a judge has
ordered him to pay $ 50 a month in child support and set visitation at seven
hours a week.
Crane, meanwhile, faces criminal charges. A Fairfield County grand jury
indicted her last month on two counts of unlawful sexual conduct with a
minor, a fourth-degree felony. Conviction carries a maximum sentence of 18
months in prison and a requirement to register as a sex offender for 25
Crane is living with the baby and her family in Lancaster.
The boy’s parents say they can provide a better upbringing for the baby than
Crane can. Her household includes her stepfather, David L. Jacobs, who was
convicted of domestic violence last year for hitting, choking and pointing a
gun at Crane’s 17-year-old sister and was placed on two years’ probation,
court records show.
“We don’t want to have our granddaughter abused by these people,” the boy’s
father said. “We are trying to do the right thing.
“The child support was the icing on the cake. I couldn’t believe that our
son has to pay child support to his abuser.”
Note also that the boy is allowed only seven hours a week of “visitation”
with his son. He’s really getting an early education on the joys of the
family law system.
You people are right and George Boole got da answer!
Gavin I feel ya man.
Shamu you are right.
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