Jnette on this one we are going to disagree here. Now I have a son and a daughter, and I would expect my son to use protection, just as I would my daughter. And I would hold them both equally responsible if they failed to do so. And I told them so as soon as they were of age to understan
I tend to agree with gwenith, that this woman might have just given a name back when this child was born. The original post states this, and it also states it's the state of Texas that is suing him. So the only thing I fault her for is not clearing the matter up IF she KNEW he wasn't the father.
Maybe she didn't want to have him in the child's or her life, and is refusing the paternity test to prevent this from happening. I don't know. I'd have to hear both side before passing judgement But no matter what the reason, she is wrong for not clearing him. She should clear up the question of this child's paternity NOW, for the sake of all involved!
One thing I will say is that you reap what you sow! There is a reason the Lord said no sex before marriage, as it's situations like this that make you realize why He did. Whether you believe in the bible or not...sounds like a good reason to me