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Published: Tuesday December 31, 2013 MYT 12:00:00 PM
Updated: Tuesday December 31, 2013 MYT 12:03:48 PM

Sperm case comes to a quick finish

On Sept 3, Ahbabovic (right) sued his former girlfriend for abusing his sperm to have “better offspring” from European stock.

On Sept 3, Ahbabovic (right) sued his former girlfriend for abusing his sperm to have “better offspring” from European stock.

KUALA LUMPUR: The case of the Bosnian man who sued his ex-girlfriend for “abusing” his sperm to get a child with European genes has come to a quick finish after the Session Court here dismissed both party's suits.

Judge Timothy Finlayson Joel, delivered his judgement in chambers, allowed the 29-year-old woman's application to strike out Ervin Ahbabovic suit against her.

Her lawyer, James Ee Kah Fuk told reporters that the judge had on his own volition also struck out the woman's counter claim against Ahbabovic, 41, a Bosnian Muslim who holds a Malaysian PR.

Ahbabovic's counsel Mohammed Nasser Yusof called the result a win-win situation as both parties' suits were dismissed.

"We are consulting our clients if they want to appeal, as there are still avenues to do so.

"If we have further destiny together, it's up to our clients," said Mohammed Nasser.

Reporters are still waiting for the full judgement to be made public.

Neither Ahbabovic nor the woman, who demanded her identity remain private, were present at the court on Tuesday.

On Sept 3, Ahbabovic sued his former girlfriend for abusing his sperm to have “better offspring” from European stock.

Ahbabovic also accused his ex of being a sex-addict who demanded they have sexual intercourse six times a day with each session lasting approximately one hour.

The former couple had lived together some years ago and they had a baby boy born on Feb 7, 2010.

Ahbabovic alleged that after the birth of their son, the woman often found faults with him, which ended in quarrels.

He sought relief of RM600,000 for the use of his sperm for the purpose of getting a child in the wrong manner, that the woman recognise him as the father in their son’s birth certificate, costs and other reliefs deemed fit.

In her counter claim, Ahbabovic's ex stated that the Bosnian was initially a nice person but had changed to a state where he physically, mentally and verbally abused her.

The entrepreneur also claimed that Ahbabovic was an alcoholic and a womaniser, and had also been hauled up for a molest charge, where he was later discharged not amounting to an acquittal.

In her counter-claim, the woman is seeking RM200,000 in compensation and losses, another RM33,000 which she had loaned to the plaintiff, as well as RM16,000 for legal fees, bail money and a fine related to Ahbabovic’s conviction by the Traffic Court, for drunk driving.

The woman also sought an injunction to prevent Ahbabovic from displaying any information or photographs of her and her company across all media platforms.

Tags / Keywords: Court, Sprem, Bosnian, Dissmissed

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