“[W]ho wants to pop out a baby for my [fiancee] and I?!” the Massachusetts woman posted in early 2017, according to court documents.
It wasn’t long before she received a private message.
“Hey, if you and [fiancee] were serious about a baby … then I would do it,” wrote a woman who said she was childhood friends with the fiancee.
She offered to conceive a baby with her boyfriend and give the women custody so they could raise the child as their own. The women would not have to pay her or cover medical expenses, she said.
“I get some people say they couldn’t do it or it would be heartless to just give up a baby,” she continued, “but it’s not because it would be helping out.”
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