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Dorian Gray fornication, ri, Wallis and Futuna 105400 posts
30th Apr '13
Quoting Elle With Three &1/2:" He's not the only one that will be in shit, you commited incest just as much as he did. The baby will be taken into state care and you will both face your crimes."

the f**k is wrong with you?

Chessie Baby Due November 2; California 56 posts
30th Apr '13

Does anyone know what would happen to him if I called the police?? Would I have to testify in court ?

ßlack Rose ♥ 2 kids; 2 angel babies; Sharon, Oklahoma 5335 posts
30th Apr '13

I'm glad the baby is ok and healthy, but no matter what the consequences are for your brother, don't do what I did and keep quiet so your mom and brother won't 'suffer'. Tell someone. What he did was wrong. I'm so sorry you had to go through that.

Supafly★ 2 kids; Poland 14109 posts
30th Apr '13
Quoting Chessie Baby:"


They would need proof - probably a DNA test from the baby. I'm not sure about testifying. You may not have to if they have enough evidence, or they might give you the option of making a videotape so you won't have to see him.

ßlack Rose ♥ 2 kids; 2 angel babies; Sharon, Oklahoma 5335 posts
30th Apr '13
Quoting Piecey.:" Maybe it would be easier to write than speak aloud, at first? That might be totally lame but whatever you need to do to get the message across to your OB."


:!: I would recommend this! Especially if your mother is in the room when you go for OB visits.

Sarah ♥ K&K 2 kids; 2 angel babies; South Land, CA, United States 116944 posts
status 30th Apr '13
Quoting Chessie Baby:" Does anyone know what would happen to him if I called the police?? Would I have to testify in court ?"


No, the accuser doesnt always have to testify. But it might be better for your case if you have to.



If you called the police now they'd arrest him, interrogate him and charge him, I'm not sure with what. Likely statutory rape and incest. I dont know what his punishment would be. I know hes your brother and you have mixed feelings and you're scared but he had no right to do this to you, he needs to go to jail.

Donna Jo Tanner 1 child; Beach Haven, New Jersey 6440 posts
30th Apr '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Elle With Three &1/2:</b>" </blockquote>




Love how when everyone proves you wrong on this you disappear. Maybe
Ask a few questions next time before spewing cuntness!

Sweet Little Lies TTC since Dec 2013; 2 kids; Deception, WI, United States 3594 posts
30th Apr '13

I'm so very sorry!

Blythe. 1 child; Indiana 22064 posts
30th Apr '13

Blythe. 1 child; Indiana 22064 posts
30th Apr '13

OP I agree with the letter writing. Maybe you could get it out better that way.

Jenna1234 1 child; Iowa 509 posts
30th Apr '13

When I read your other post I got a little worried. I think you would do your child a world of good by reporting him. He could do what he did to you to your child, and you obviously don't want that. Confide in your doctor with whatever means you can. Like an email if he/she has one available, they can help you with so much in regards to your baby.

dream 2 kids; Linz, Ob, Austria 59797 posts
30th Apr '13

please unquote hidden posts. thank you.



OP I'm sorry you are going through this. Please find someone you can contact that will help you report this.

Autumn Whisper 1 child; Utah 9977 posts
30th Apr '13

Genetics don't work this way. Incest increases the likelihood of genetic defect but does not cause it. It merely increases the likelihood of unfavorable recessive pairing, because there is less of a gene pool to draw from. Effects from incest are rarely seen in the first generation that incest has occurred; however, repeated generations born within a narrow gene pool (siblings, first cousins) increases the likelihood of eventual genetic defect, sometimes severe.



There is no reason that the baby might not be completely normal, as though it were not conceived with your biological brother.



That said, your mother is clearly trying to sweep it all under the rug and I do not see that being a permanent thing. Things like this have a way of getting out. And if there was abuse involved, your mother is doing you (and your brother) an even greater disservice by trying to pretend it all never happened.

bia. 2 kids; ., ., Portugal 73602 posts
status 30th Apr '13
Quoting Supafly★:" They would need proof - probably a DNA test from the baby. I'm not sure about testifying. You may not ... [snip!] ... not have to if they have enough evidence, or they might give you the option of making a videotape so you won't have to see him."


How long would he get?



OP I'm glad your baby is okay, but I agree with everyone esle. :(

Supafly★ 2 kids; Poland 14109 posts
30th Apr '13
Quoting bia.:" How long would he get? OP I'm glad your baby is okay, but I agree with everyone esle. :("


I have no idea. There are a lot of factors involved. But even if it's not very long, she can get a restraining order against him for as long as she wants.