Sperm donor admits he ‘falsified’ information, say Georgia police

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A man with serious mental illnesses who donated sperm used to create at least 36 children has confessed to police that he provided false information to a sperm bank. Chris Aggeles went to a Georgia police department a week ago to admit to fraud, according to an incident report.

Ten families have launched lawsuits against Xytex, alleging the Georgia-based sperm bank misinformed them about their donor. Four of the families are from Canada, five are from the United States and one is from Great Britain.

Read the full article at The Toronto Star.