An Ohio town leader has rejected claims from a lesbian mother embroiled in a lawsuit with a sperm bank that their …
Jennifer Cramblett and her wife, Amanda Zinkon, wanted a white baby. They went to the Midwest Sperm Bank near Chicago and chose blond, blue-eyed donor No. 380, who looked like he could have been related to Zinkon. When …
after Jennifer got pregnant and sought sperm from the same donor for her partner Amanda they discovered a mix up at the sperm bank. Jennifer had been accidently given sperm from an African American donor, and a few months later gave …
A white Ohio woman is suing a sperm bank, claiming that she was accidentally inseminated with vials from a black donor. In the lawsuit, Jennifer Cramblett claims the lab mix-up has caused her and her partner added stress and anxiety as …
LONDON – The largest sperm bank in Britain ... had two children from different racial backgrounds. The alleged mix-up at the IVF clinic only emerged after the birth of the couple's second child, who is of different race to the rest of the family.
The sperm bank did apologize for the mix up and refunded her money. But in the new lawsuit, Cramblett says the sperm bank committed fraud. The suit says Midwest Sperm Bank's staff was not properly trained and didn't label samples …
causing them to have a mixed-race child AP A white same-sex couple are suing a sperm bank for its mix-up with their donor choice, which caused them to give birth to a mixed-race child. Jennifer Cramblett, 36, was four months pregnant …
An Ohio woman's lawsuit alleging a Downers Grove sperm bank ... the mix-up and a check, reimbursing her for the additional incorrect vials she received in September 2011, according to the suit. Attorney Robert Summers, who …
According to the lawsuit, the mix-up happened because the sperm bank keeps written records instead of electronic ones and the number 380 looked like 330 to the person who sent the vials out, reports Chicago Business. (Earlier this year, …
Midwest had accidentally sent the couple sperm from Donor 330, who is African-American. Apparently the mix-up happened because the bank uses handwritten records and their order was misread. Cramblett and Zinkon discovered …