$150,000 a month in child support? Does the child need a brand new BMW every month?
When I took my drug test to get hired at my job, I *knew for an absolute fact* that I hadn't done any drugs at all in years. I hadn't smoked weed since college. And yet I was still nervous that somehow, someway it would come back positive and cost me the job.
I wonder if Keanu felt that way during this paternity test.
Can't believe a DNA test was needed to throw the case out. Is Keanu even a hypnosis hobbyists to at least make the story somewhat plausible?
Keanu dodges bullets in the movies AND in real life.
She should face some sort of consequence for such a frivolous claim. A mental health examination should also be mandatory.
"You used hypnosis to make me believe you were my husband and get me pregnant! My story is airtight! It all makes perfect sense!"
"Yeeeeeaaahh why don't we just use a paternity test on this?"
I'm so confused. It's used in literally every paternity suit, was she expecting they'd just take her story at face value? Even if they believed her, they'd run the test for conformation.
This is what happens when people submit erotic fan fiction as legal documents by mistake...
Being rich and famous would be both awesome and a living hell.
>In 2009, Karen Sala claimed Reeves fathered her **four now adult children.**
If the women didn't have quadruplets then Keanu would've had to *impersonate* her husband and *hypnotize* her 4xn times to have sex and get her pregnant.
But where tf was her husband all this time?
Keanu has literally been on the front page every single day for like the past two weeks.
Not complaining. But I guess they REALLY really want us to watch the John Wick show.
This story is similar to the [legend behind Billie Jean](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Billie_Jean#Background
>Jackson's biographer J. Randy Taraborrelli promoted the theory that "Billie Jean" was derived from a real life experience the singer faced in 1981. The Magic & The Madness documents how a young woman wrote Jackson a letter, which informed the singer that he was the father of one of her twins. Jackson, who regularly received letters of this kind, had never met the woman in question and ignored it. The woman, however, continued to send Jackson more letters, which stated that she loved him and wanted to be with him. She wrote of how happy they would be if they raised the child together. She pondered how Jackson could ignore his own flesh and blood. The letters disturbed the singer to the extent that he suffered nightmares.
>Following the letters, Jackson received a parcel containing a photograph of the fan, as well as a letter and a gun. Jackson was horrified; the letter asked that the pop singer kill himself on a certain day and at a specific time. The fan would do the same once she had killed their baby. She wrote that if they could not be together in this life, then they would be in the next. To his mother's dismay, Jackson had the photograph of the woman framed and hung above the dining room table of their family home. Afterwards, the Jacksons discovered that the fan had been sent to a psychiatric hospital.