With Internet reports swirling about a 2007 document he and ex-girlfriend Vanessa Lopez signed in which she said she had decided to have an abortion, J. Redick on Wednesday night broke his silence, saying Lopez had never been pregnant with a child fathered by him.In four posts on Twitter, Redick wrote:“I'd like to respond to the outrageous, false and malicious media reports regarding a prior relationship between myself and V Lopez in 2007-“Ms Lopez was not and has never been pregnant with a child fathered by me.“And Ms.
except Redick, who was stone-faced.“I wasn’t kidding,” Redick said in a later interview. and I’ve become sort of obsessed with Trump in the last six months.
In that document, he denied that he was the father.
The agreement stated that, if Lopez could provide proof that she was pregnant and that she had an abortion, Redick and Lopez would “attempt to establish and maintain a social and/or dating relationship between themselves for a period of one year.”If Redick then decided to end the relationship, he was obligated to pay her ,000, the document shows.
Redick, while denying that the child Lopez was carrying belonged to him, agreed to attempt to restart a "social and/or dating relationship" with Lopez for one year once the pregnancy had been confirmed by his doctors and terminated.
"REDICK has agreed that once LOPEZ has terminated said pregnancy and has provided medical proof of said termination satisfactory to REDICK, including, but not limited to, direct access to LOPEZ's medical files and records of the clinic, practice or hospital conducting the termination and has submitted to a post-pregnancy examination by a doctor of REDICK's choice to confirm both the prior pregnancy and its termination, REDICK and LOPEZ shall attempt to establish and maintain a social and/or dating relationship between themselves for a period of one year…" noted the agreement in part signed by both Redick and Lopez.