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Sherri Shepherd Doesn’t Want To Pay Estranged Husband Child Support For Surrogate

According to TMZ reports:

Sherri Shepherd does not want anything to do with her unborn surrogate baby … because she believes her estranged husband defrauded her into having the kid in the first place so he could get child support … this according to multiple sources connected with the couple.

TMZ broke the story … Sherri and her husband Lamar Sally each separately filed legal docs to end their marriage. The big complication — a baby will be born this month to a surrogate who signed a contract with Sherri and Lamar.

Now our sources say … the baby was conceived with Lamar’s sperm, but NOT Sherri’s egg.

Now here’s where it gets tricky. We’re told Sherri does not want custody or even to be considered a parent … because she doesn’t want to get stuck with massive child support payments.

Sherri wants a judge to rule she has no parental rights or responsibilities — which would shut the door to child support. She claims Lamar defrauded her — that he got her to sign on for a surrogate birth knowing full well he would divorce her and then nail her to the wall for child support.

Our Lamar sources say Sherri tried to get pregnant in vitro and when it didn’t work she got deeply involved in the surrogacy process.

Another twist … Sherri has filed for divorce in New Jersey and Lamar has filed in California. This is not a coincidence. We did some digging, and found New Jersey courts generally do NOT recognize surrogacy agreements, which means Lamar would probably be shut down. Not so in Cali.

Sherri needs to GTFOHWTBS. She acts like that man found a surrogate mother and went through the process on his own accord. Clearly she was involved, so she needs to pony up that gwap and have a nursery full of seats.

Just another knot in the clusterf*** that is this divorce.

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