A 13-year-old girl has allegedly fallen pregnant with a 10-year-old boy’s baby.
The girl, ‘Darya Dasha’ from Russia, is seven weeks pregnant, according to reports.
Both the teen and her family are reportedly happy to keep the baby.
The girl’s mother Elena who is seriously ill with cancer said that she found out about the pregnancy by chance.
She said: “Initially, we thought she had food poisoning, but slowly we started to realise that whatever was happening had nothing to do with her belly. We then bought a pregnancy test and it showed up positive.”
Meanwhile, a doctor claimed that the 10-year-old boy ‘Ivan Vanya’ is too sexually immature to produce sperm and there are rumours that the pregnant teen had other lovers around the same time.
Dr Evgeny Grekov, a urology and andrology expert, said: “We rechecked the laboratory results three times so there cannot be any mistake. There cannot be sperm cells. He is still a child.”
However, the boy – Ivan – contends that the child is his.
The girl has also denied that someone else is responsible for her pregnancy telling viewers: that it was the boys idea to have sex But that she did not mind.”.
“He closed the door leaving the key in the lock, so his mum could not open the door,” she said.
“It was scary a bit, that it would be painful. It was just a little – and then everything was normal.
“It was a bit shameful, we were just hiding under the blanket.
“I did not think that aged 10 he can do such things, I thought that nothing would happen.”
Psychologist Denis Davydov said when Darya was asked whether she had had sexual relations with anyone else, she gave a “sharp rejection”.
“This gives me the right to say that she had no contacts with other boys or men, she only had Vanya as a partner,” he claimed.
The boy – When asked if the child could be someone else’s, he said: “This cannot be.”
And the boy’s mother is convinced he is telling the truth.
The girl and her mother want to keep the baby, but it is too early in the pregnancy for a DNA check on the child, which will be completed later.
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