After 1 Sperm Donation, Oregon Man Learns He Has 17 Kids and a $5 Million Lawsuit

The message arrived on a weekday morning when Bryce Cleary, 53, was at his medical practice. The doctor had just finished typing up patient notes on his office computer and decided to log into his new Ancestry.com account. It had been a Christmas gift from his wife. He had just received his genealogical results tracing his Swiss and Irish family roots. But now Cleary noticed a note in his account’s inbox. He clicked and read: “I did not expect to see such a close relation on this site. I apologize if this is uncomfortable with me reaching out to you.”

Sperm donation is just unethical and frankly speaking, dangerous.
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