35-year-old Paul Servat recently learned that his girlfriend, who told him they were having quintuplets, was never really pregnant.
A man in Montreal, who was absolutely ecstatic to hear he was going to be a father, had his dreams crushed. 35-year-old Paul Servat recently learned that his girlfriend, who told him they were having quintuplets, was never really pregnant.
For months, Servat’s world revolved around the babies he so longed for. According to Servat, his girlfriend, 37-year-old Barbara Bienvenue, let him choose all five names. The couple decorated a beautiful nursery, filled with five cribs, toys and clothes.
For 34 weeks, he was duped. In September of last year, Bienvenue told him she was pregnant. As time passed, Bienvenue revealed more surprising news.
First she said they were having twins. Later she claimed to have triplets in her belly, then quadruplets and finally the fictitious fetus count jumped up again to five.
Bienvenue’s belly swelled and she suffered from morning sickness, giving every indication that she was pregnant. The scheduled delivery day came around and Servat took his girlfriend to the hospital, only to be told that there was no record of her pregnancy.
A nurse revealed the results of blood tests to him. Servat is devastated.
The hospital is keeping Bienvenue for psychiatric observation and it appears the couple will not work things out. Servat claims he wants nothing to do with her lies.