The man, from Tyndall, northwest of Winnipeg, is suing the Selkirk woman for mental distress and anxiety caused by the fact that he may be forced to pay child support under Canadian law, The Winnipeg Free Press reported Tuesday.
In a lawsuit filed in Manitoba Court of Queen's Bench, the man said he was visiting the woman in October or November 2006 when he woke up to find the woman having sex with him.
The man claims the woman stopped when he "demanded that she cease and desist," but about nine months later gave birth to his child.
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