The Curious Case of Staff Sergeant Parsons

Updated: February 22, 2013

By Jack Mandaville

“Stuff like this is the reason people say fact is stranger than fiction.  Fiction has to make sense.  Reality doesn’t have to do shit.”

-Tucker Max, Hilarity Ensues

Sometimes it takes genuine injustice to put things in perspective. I was recently reminded of this during my clash with a prominent floral service that failed to deliver a chocolates order on Valentine’s Day… and the next day… and the next day… and as I write this opening paragraph. Nobody likes having their money held hostage. But, again, perspective has humbled my rage about the incident.

So begins the story of Marine Staff Sergeant Brandon Parsons and his role in one of the most baffling legal debacles in the history paternity cases.

A Superior Court of California judge has recently ruled that SSgt Parsons, a combat veteran of Iraq and Afghanistan, must continue to pay child support another twelve years for a child that ISN’T his—a payment that, counting the $50,000 he’s already remunerated his ex-wife, Crystal Parson, will put him on pace to pay over $250,000 before his legal obligation ends (twelve years from now), according to his lawyer. This payment, broken down, takes up approximately one-third of his current salary.

The judge, having made the decision because of a loophole in the events leading up to the ruling, didn’t hold back in his disdain for Parsons’ ex-wife’s actions. The first sentence in the second paragraph of the court’s ruling says it all:

While the court concludes that father was, in fact, despicably duped and victimized by Petitioner Crystal Parsons’s (hereinafter “Mother”) fraudulent concealment regarding biological paternity, a deception which has placed a significant, continuing financial burden upon Father, existing law, as applied to the facts of this case, precludes the court from setting aside the prior paternity determination or ordering genetic blood testing. 

So how did this apparent calamity of justice happen? Here’s the gist:

After completing his first combat deployment in the Spring of 2005—of which he spent the majority of time fighting in Ramadi, Iraq—SSgt Parsons, then a twenty-year old corporal, returned to Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton and immediately began a sexual relationship with his then-fiancé, Crystal Domenech. Their first sexual encounter was, according to court documents, on April 5, 2005.

SSgt Brandon Parsons and his current wife.

SSgt Brandon Parsons and his current wife.

Seventeen days later, Crystal announced to Brandon that she was pregnant. Brandon, without questioning any aspects of her statement or the legitimacy of his biological paternity, decided to bump up their scheduled nuptials and spent the majority of his money (an estimated $20,000)—of which most came from his recent deployment—on her dream wedding.

What both Brandon and the court now know is that Crystal Domenech Parsons had been engaged in numerous sexual affairs while he was on deployment and, consequently, the child that Brandon raised—under the assumption he was legitimately the father—was indeed that of another man. (Crystal Parsons refuses to name the true identity of the biological father to this day.) Moreover, it was both alleged by Parsons and believed by the court that Crystal chose to sleep with then-Corporal Parsons purely to cover up her previous sexual encounters and pin the pregnancy on him, therefore having access to his military benefits.

It was after the end of Parsons’ second deployment to Iraq that Crystal Parsons, who continued to engage in extramarital affairs during his absence, made it clear she wanted a divorce—only after emptying his bank account and paying her personal bills in his name.

SSgt Parsons’ first inkling that he was not the biological father, brought to his attention by a former friend of Crystal, occurred in April of 2010, less than a year after their divorce. Within the month, Parsons had confirmed through an over-the-counter test by Identigene that the child he had been raising for four and a half years was not his.

“The worst part of being a paternity fraud victim is that nobody can help you,” SSgt Parsons told me in a recent phone interview. “When a guy is dealing with a break up, his buddy can say, ‘Dude, I’ve been there.’ Nobody knows what to say in that kind of situation. I broke down and the Marines around me just stood there.”

SSgt Parsons confronted his ex-wife soon after that. This is the exchange, according to Brandon Parsons, in his official court declaration: 

After she had read the result I asked her to tell me the truth. She then began telling me that while I was in Iraq she had been raped. I told her that I did not believe her and to start telling me the truth for [Child’s name – Redacted] sake. I asked her how many men she had slept with while I was on deployment. When she did not answer at first I asked her if it had been more than 2 men and she nodded her head indicating “yes.” I asked her if it was more than 5 and again she nodded her head indicating “yes.” I asked if it was more than 7 men she had slept with. This time she screamed at me that she did not know how many. After she calmed down she told me that in March 2005 [a month before his return] she discovered she was pregnant and told her mother. She said that her mother told her that military spouse benefits were excellent and she should remember that she did not have insurance coverage for the hospital bills. 

(It should be noted that, by all accounts, while Parsons lost the aforementioned legal case, the court never denied the plausibility of Parsons’ report of the events. In fact, the judge made it more than clear that Brandon Parsons’ side of the story was the most credible and that Crystal Parsons had acted “despicably” leading up to the ruling.)

After this exchange, Parsons convinced his ex to meet him for another DNA test, along with the child.

He continues in his statement:

When they came into the waiting room [Child’s name—Redacted] came over to me and was talking to me when Crystal’s mother came and grabbed him and pulled him away telling him not to talk to me because I was a stranger now. She also began calling me names. I asked her to please stop cursing at me before the child. This made her really angry and she looked right in my eyes and told me that I should have died in Iraq like I was supposed to do. 

Parsons was unable to obtain a DNA test that day due to the vitriolic nature of Crystal and her mother, opting to leave after the two women threatened to call the police on him.

So why, after the court has concluded that Parsons’ description of the events is more grounded than his ex’s and his prior over-the-counter test is admissible as legitimate proof that he is not the father, does he still have to pay child support for a child that isn’t his? The answer—in all the convoluted facets of the case—is simple: timing.

He did not file a complaint against Crystal Parsons until early-December of 2012—more than two and half years after he discovered he was not the father of the child.

The court’s explanation:

Even if the fraud ground of Family Code section 2122(a) applied, Father’s set aside motion is untimely since such a motion must be brought “within one year after the date on which the complaining party either did discover, or should have discovered, the fraud.” Father’s discovery of the fraud occurred in April of 2010, i.e., a date more than 2 ½ years ago. 

In laymen’s terms: he was too late. This is the loophole that Crystal Domenech Parsons won the ruling by—resulting in the court ordering SSgt Brandon Parsons to pay another twelve years of child support for a child that he now has no access to.

This is where things get really enraging: Crystal Parsons has recently filed a motion asking the court to order SSgt Parsons to pay $8,535 (on top of his ongoing child support) for the lawyer she hired to defend the mess she created in the first place. Additionally, on a more egregious level, the child—who Brandon Parsons adamantly maintains is the “biggest loser in all of this”—suffers from chronic hereditary illnesses that neither him or Crystal Parsons have. Her refusal and/or inability to name the biological father has greatly inhibited the child from getting the proper care he deserves.

(Folks, in my humble opinion, Crystal Parsons is the living, breathing, real life bastard child of Snidely Whiplash and… Satan—who is possibly her mother.)

But Parsons, who has since been remarried, isn’t deterred. He says he’s going to fight it.

“If we [Marines] can take Iwo Jima, I can win this case,” he told me. “I want to win this for every Marine—for every man—who gets screwed like this.”

My initial impression of SSgt Parsons after our three hour conversation is that he’s an extremely optimistic individual with a cheerful demeanor—exactly what I’d expect from a Minnesotan who grew up a stone’s throw from the Canadian border.

Even after the disheartening outcome of his case, he continues to see the best in most people involved.

“The judge did a good job,” he said. “I could tell he did everything he could to get me out of this. He had his hands tied.”

“My attorney, Mr. Richard Lowe, was the only attorney in Southern California that even remotely had an idea as to how we should approach this problem and solve it,” he wrote me in an email after our conversation. “He’s an excellent attorney and an even better friend. He deserves praise and is helping several other paternity fraud victims as we speak.”

It’s hard to get angry about my twenty dollars at this point. (For the record, as I finish this story, I just received an email from the company, promising me a full refund.) Besides, there are certainly bigger travesties in America right now… as the case of SSgt Brandon Parsons has proved.

Editor’s Note: All information and court transcripts contained in this piece were obtained and verified through open source information available on the internet at the time of publishing. -RU Rob, Lord Commander and Regent of Ye Olde Rhino Den.




  1. Dave

    February 22, 2013 at 2:50 am


    • Lonnie Parsons

      February 23, 2013 at 12:12 pm

      As Brandon’s father, I had a ringside sit as this whole entire story unfolded. I had concerns about the timing of Crystal’s sudden pregnancy and discussed them with Brandon. However, to Crystal’s credit she is a first class manipulator and was able to convince him to look past the timing issue and get married before anyone find out. What’s really sad is I believe she and her mother knew the whole story about the pregnancy and Brandon became a safe harbor to tap for money and benefits. If you fast forward to after their divorce, she forged a Power of Attorney form to run up charges at a variety of online retailers. A clear case of identify theft. Brandon also paid to tuition to get her into school and she just didn’t show up so more money wasted. Somewhere along the line Crystal anointed herself a princess and expects everyone else to pay her bills while she leads the good life. All the best Brandon, you deserve far better than you ever got from her. Dad.

      • Ted lovell

        February 23, 2013 at 3:12 pm


        You failed as a father. You could have prevented this wedding from happening and you should have sought legal council for your son. You list all these things that you knew were going on but you failed to do anything about it. Shame on you for allowing this to happen.

        • ndh

          February 23, 2013 at 5:35 pm

          You’re despicable.

        • Tom Tulog

          February 23, 2013 at 6:26 pm

          Shame on you Ted Lovell. How can a father prevent his of age son getting married? People like you who point fingers like this are the real problem in this world.

        • Kyle

          February 23, 2013 at 6:59 pm

          You’re an idiot. If you were excited to get married and were equally as excited about having a baby, would you listen to other people’s concerns? You might hear them, but not heed them. His father knew nothing about the infadelity (other than speculation as to the pregnancy’s timing). As for the money spent on school, SSGT Parsons may have already known about that. And if he didn’t he could have found out, even while deployed. So quit being such an insensitive jerk. I guess your Dad failed as a father. He obviously failed at teaching you tact.

        • Kyle

          February 23, 2013 at 7:01 pm

          You’re such an ass

        • Martin Knutsen

          February 23, 2013 at 8:15 pm

          F**k you, Ted.

          • Ben

            February 26, 2013 at 8:19 am

            F­uck ted or whoever it is. Women are stupid pieces of sh­it… end of discussion. They serve no purpose in life other than making babies and 90% of them fuck that part up.

        • nancy

          February 23, 2013 at 8:38 pm

          @ TED,
          what a horrible thing to say. First of all he is a grown man, his father raised a hell of a man. Throughout all of this, this Marine ( who b the way is fighting to protect your sorry ass)is maintaining his dignity as a Marine. Look at the issue a woman who lied about a baby being his. He is fighting for our country and you balme the father.You are truly an ass and have no understanding of what parenting is about. If you have children well then… anything your child does we will say you sucked as a father.. ass.

        • USMC0802

          February 23, 2013 at 9:25 pm


          You failed as a human being.

          Go f**k yourself.

          • sandycg71

            February 25, 2013 at 3:08 pm

            I second that; go f**k yourself, Ted.

          • Jose Castaneda

            February 28, 2013 at 12:05 pm

            Much agreed with the comment above.
            Now for Ted,
            Your failure is the lack of recognition of a man who raised such a strong son who made it through Marine Boot and went on to fight AS A MARINE IN RAMADI for fuck’s sake. That is a place I know too well as a pleasant place to live because of the Devil Dogs that went in there and laid waste to all opposition when it was a hell hole.
            His badass creation survived Ramadi and is still fighting the good fight. If he carries this burden as a good Marine should to keep fighting and never give up until it kills you; he will have served dutifully both in service to our country in the traditional sense but also in service to men everywhere in this country who are enslaved by an unjust system who favors the word of any unscrupulous woman over that of a man, a servicemember, a United States Marine.

            Ted, you are a lost soul and know nothing of what it is to be a man, much less a father. Your lack of empathy shows you are ignorant of the realities that Mr Parsons faced in raising his unfledged future Marine. Mr Parsons raised a man, a real man and a gladiator in Uniform. What have you done? Badmouth fathers? yeah.. What an accomplishment.


            A former servicemember and ally of this cause.

          • Dude

            March 7, 2013 at 5:15 pm

            Ted’s right, the father could have done a better job. That said, the Marine in this story is also an idiot. I feel sorry for him. I truly do. But he knows the child isn’t his and then waits 2.5 years? Gets a girl pregnant in less than three weeks and decides to marry here and not check to make sure the spawn is his. As a combat vet I admire his courage and service, but he was a fool. Let’s this be a lesson to all men . . . women will cheat, claim the baby is yours, or make a false rape accusation. Happens all the time. I am proud of him for fighting it. Don’t give up. He’s doing a service for men everywhere by fighting the child support for a kid that isn’t his. What he needs to do though is take it out of the court system and get the law changed. And he needs to be not pay the child support and force them to put a Marine combat vet in prison for not paying for a fraudlent baby. If he does that, I respect him more. If he just fights in court, he’s an idiot and a loser.

        • Robert Ray

          February 23, 2013 at 9:48 pm

          Ted Lovell, you sound like a complete idiot and sound like a person who isn’t even a parent, in fact you sound someone who has major problems with their own father and want to take out on someone else because you dont have the balls to face your own issues. Do us all a favor and grow up and try to act like a real man.

        • Iris

          February 25, 2013 at 2:29 am

          Ted, do you have children, especially children that are of legal age? My son decided in junior high that he was going to join the military when he graduated high school, which he did. Do you think I wanted my baby boy to do that, or that that I didn’t beg him to go to college first? His reply to me was that he was eighteen and could do what he wanted, although he loved me very much. All we can do as parents by that age is give our advice, and then support whatever decision they make. The blame here is on that trash and her mother, who, btw, sounds like a great parent herself, advising her daughter to trap Brandon because of the benefits she would receive. Trash makes trash.

          • Nelson

            February 25, 2013 at 11:53 am

            Iris, I do not agree with your comment, “The blame here is on that trash and her mother, who, btw, sounds like a great parent herself, advising her daughter to trap Brandon because of the benefits she would receive.” Any parent that would advise their child to lie and steal is not a “great parent”. I have 2 grown children and would never advise them to do anything like that.

          • Danielle

            February 27, 2013 at 3:16 am

            Nelson, it’s called sarcasm …

        • Strap Johnson

          February 25, 2013 at 3:13 am

          Hey Ted…you should delete your comment and crawl in a hole somewhere.

        • Alex G

          February 25, 2013 at 9:04 am

          Texas has a law that allows fathers to stop paying. Any chance your son can get deployed there, wait 6. ,months for residency and then sue to stop them? I’m not a lawyer but maybe he should talk to one that specializes inTX law.

        • Sinist3r

          February 25, 2013 at 11:58 am


          Your dad wasn’t able to stop you from being a douchebag, is it his fault your a cum guzzling pole smoker? No It purely rests on your shoulders, and your chin, and face, and…

          Your a fucking retard Ted..

        • Angelo

          February 25, 2013 at 4:46 pm

          Thank you Ted for sharing that little nugget of wisdom with all of us. I am sure your imaginary girlfriend is impressed. Now, please go back to your mom’s basement/bedroom and return to your Call of Duty game. Leave the comments to the adults in the room.

        • Heartland Patriot

          February 25, 2013 at 7:43 pm

          You don’t know those people. The Marine in question is a grown man, and his dad couldn’t physically stop him from getting married. Young folks can be hard-headed and don’t always listen to good advice.

        • Deis Clark

          February 25, 2013 at 9:24 pm

          Ted lovell you fail at life.

        • Charles

          February 26, 2013 at 9:25 am

          Ted Lovell, you are the lowest form of rodent. Commenting on a situation you have no idea about.

        • Hugh Harding

          February 26, 2013 at 6:13 pm


          Lonnie Failed as a father because he approached his son and treated him as an adult, gave his son advice and spoke his mind and took the chance of upsetting his son and he failed? What kind of drugs are you on? The only thing I can figure is you have no kids of your own or your kids are soooo spoiled, you have to follow behind them and clean up their messes. Ted, the only failure here is you….Dumbass!

        • Murphy

          February 28, 2013 at 10:00 pm

          Aww… what a cute little troll you are, Ted!
          I didn’t know they had internets in Douchebagistan…

        • Josh

          March 3, 2013 at 10:15 pm

          Ted, we could save millions of dollars in defence spending through strapping people like yourself onto tanks instead of pricey armour, whilst at the same time removing your utter stupidity from the gene pool.

        • Sean

          March 7, 2013 at 5:09 pm


          Do the world a favor and go suck start a shotgun, you cock holster.

        • Brittany Baker

          March 7, 2013 at 6:10 pm

          You’re an ignorant person, Ted Lovell. When a person becomes an adult, all a parent can do is give their best advice. After all, he was convinced that she was faithful and that the child was his.

          As a sailor I see this happening a lot. Women all over the world target service members for their money and benefits. It’s horrid.

        • Grussem

          March 7, 2013 at 7:41 pm

          Ted, may your cock rot the fuck off and crawl up another mans ass.

        • Amy

          March 7, 2013 at 10:25 pm

          Ted, as a parent all you can do for your adult child is advise… his father didn’t fail him, didn’t judge him, and still stands by him. Love is blind and Marines are Honorable!
          God be with The Parsons the new Bride and especially the child.

        • Robert

          March 8, 2013 at 10:04 am

          Ted. Go wash your mouth out with buckshot. You have obviously failed at life. SSG Parsons’ father can tell his son to do what he thinks is best all he wants. But the fact is SSG Parsons is a grown man and a United States Marine. He calls the shots in his personal life regardless of outside input.

      • Christopher J Sabo

        February 23, 2013 at 8:11 pm

        the judge by awarding her anything is an accomplice to fraud. the statute of limitations means she can’t be charged with fraud… it doesn’t mean however she can’t be sued! Likewise the statute of limitation doesn’t apply here as it is an ongoing crime of fraud. She is still receiving money that she is not rightfully due so the crime has not been stopped and by letting it happen by ruling this case the way the judge has he is an accomplice to fraud! I am a former navyman myself I was on an amphibious ship that carried marines… the way I see it this is personal to me as you Mr. judge are directly screwing over one of my boys! i even being from a different state will be writing a California senator and a supreme court judge. If they can’t remedy this situation then I will see how I can personally find a way to sue the state.
        sincerely Chris Sabo
        formally OS2 USN(active duty)

      • John

        February 24, 2013 at 12:46 am

        Lonnie, I’m no lawyer, but the statute of limitations in California criminal court for a fraud case appears to be 3 years. The statute makes it sound like the limitations are also based on the time of discovery, which would give him until April of 2013 to file. If his over the counter test is admissible in court, that’s great, but the facts should also give the police sufficient probable cause to obtain a search warrant and compare DNA. Once the fraud is discovered, she would have to pay restitution. Since the criminal court can order the restitution, they should also be able to correct the judgement for future payments, as they are not going to allow the fruits of the fraudulent acts to continue. Since she is also receiving Federal benefits, there should also be civil and criminal jurisdiction in Federal Court. There’s a big difference between a family court setting aside ordered payments and her facing the consequences in criminal and/or Federal Court. Add to that, her endangering the welfare of the child…

        I don’t believe Family Court is your only venue. I also don’t believe there’s a District Attorney that wants his name in the press as the one who refused to help an honorable and heroic soldier who was defrauded while off fighting for America!

        I am from a different State. Being familiar with the laws in my state, criminal court is the option that would correct the problem. Often attorneys who specialize in one venue, such as family law, overlook options outside of their specialty (as we all do).

        I hope this helps in some way and good luck to you and your son!

        • bobsutan

          February 27, 2013 at 10:39 pm

          Sadly paternity fraud is not an actual crime in any state as far as I know. It should be since it’s fraud of the worst kind IMO.

          I hope Bradon gets out, stops payment of any child support, and simply tells her and the court to pound sand by way of moving outside their jurisdiction. If she wants money she can go after the actual biological father like she should have from the start.

      • sergio

        February 24, 2013 at 6:52 am

        I have the legal answer that will help your son.

        You see the monies earned by the Marine are federal and so are VA benefits, because of this he is protected by Federal courts that trump CA laws. This has happened before where the wife is awarded spousal support by the state/ county courts that usually get the laws wrong in regards to Federal Laws. Your son needs a different lawyer and this needs to be handled in a different court and for now his lawyer needs to demand so so that everything freezes and nothing applies to the Marine until he has his day in a federal court. That young lady committed a federal crime by * Felony by misleading the federal government and knowingly with intent to defraud the federal government, * tax payers money. He needs a different lawyer and proper legal guidance some one who knows the federal laws. I wouldnt go to a family Dr. if I had Cancer or a Brain injury. The judicail system is the same the judges deal with local laws not federal and so do the lawyers. Service members are less of 1% of the U.S. population so your typical lawyer is not educated on federal laws and codes. I’m speaking from experience where I schooled my ex-wife’s attorney. AIRBORNE!

        • Heartland Patriot

          February 25, 2013 at 7:47 pm

          I do believe you have it right. That VA money for the schooling is Federal funds…so, in effect, she defrauded the Federal government. Nice job, soldier.

          • aocavscout

            March 7, 2013 at 5:56 pm

            By defrauding any of those departments (Dept of Navy, Dept of Veterans Affairs, Dept of Treasury) would make her subject to UCMJ if i’m not mistaken.

      • Antony Haas

        February 25, 2013 at 2:22 am

        pure case of a Succubus. Considering Succubi aren’t people, and in fact Demons from hell sent to earth to consume the souls of men, She was fair game for a few slugs in her chest.

      • Adam

        February 25, 2013 at 4:45 am

        Hi Lonnie,

        I read the article from a link posted on my facebook wall. My heart goes out to your son. My heart goes out to your grandson. Even my heart goes out to the woman that perpetrated all this horseshit.

        Woman has a demon. Probably chock full of them with all the fraud and rampant affairs and pride she’s engaged in. But the darker of the women is the mother. This is why my heart goes out to the woman that defrauded Brandon. It may be that she is perfectly possessed. As someone who works in deliverance ministry, even Christians can be possessed to an extent. But not fully. That part of the spirit which resides in the secret place that Christ redeems for the day of redemption is locked away and kept safe, incorruptible until the day the soul is called home. However, if the soul is not sealed with the blood, even the soul becomes susceptible to possession. That is what I call perfect possession. Christ can still redeem even that. For His blood’s power is not weakened by evil. But the one who is infested must of their own accord repent and believe on Christ as their Savior.

        What the woman you once called daughter-in-law is engaged in didn’t start with her. Nor even her mother, as evil as she is. Rather it is the culmination of an evil that was planted even generations before. And believe me, I know this is not going to be a popular response for the overwhelming feeling when reading this is righteous indignation and rage. But I’m reminded where the Lord’s Word encourages..”Be angry, and sin not.” Unforgiveness is a doorway that demons use to infect. You and your family, especially Brandon who this evil has been perpetrated against, need to fight the righteous fight. And keep the faith. And forgive. That doesn’t mean to let it go. Pursue justice with all fervency. But don’t give the devil an opening. Satan’s effect is like a .22 hollow point round. Goes in leaving only a small hole. But goes out leaving a hole you could drive a truck through.

        Your sons actions in marrying her, even if it was under fraud, protected this child from the curse of illegitimacy, which is a spiritual curse believe it or not. A back door that satan can exploit like a hacked does to a computer program. I can tell that Brandon is an honorable man. And he has loved this little boy with all the love that a biological dad could. Even more. For it is cannot be ripped from his chest by the revelation of the lies that preceded it.

        Remember that NOTHING is hidden from the eyes of our God. And He will bless and return unto Brandon what satan has tried to take away. Especially if Brandon will continue in honor which I believe that he will. Encourage him for me. I’d love to speak with him myself. If I were Brandon I would actually seek custody of him. She doesn’t need custody of him, even as the mother, until such a time as these demons are drove from the both of them. For the child is seeing the actions of his mother. And fortunately, he’s also seeing the actions of his daddy. And I believe with all my heart, in the eyes of God and in the eyes of this child, Brandon will ever be no less. And it’s in the Savior’s eyes, and in this case the eyes of his child; is who’s all it counts.

        For Brandon and for every single soldier that has ever seen the horrors of combat, for you I pray that God would send His ministering angels and His Holy Spirit to speak peace to an often troubled heart and mind. I pray for you healing in the Mighty Name of Yahushua Hamasiach. This translated is more accurately the Jesus we know from scripture. Pray against satan Lonnie. In everything you do, pray against satan. And pray that these evil people would be delivered of the ones who host them. That they too may be healed and ministered to.

        God bless you Lonnie. And God bless you Brandon. And God bless that little boy. And I believe He already has.

      • Jeff

        February 25, 2013 at 1:10 pm

        The guy married a bonified Cunt!

      • Dennis

        February 25, 2013 at 1:40 pm

        I would think there would be a case against her for fraud against the Gov’t. No different than committing Welfare Fraud and in most cases, there is no statute of limitations on frauding the Gov’t. Premeditated no-less being she was advised by her mother….D

        Life Member: Special Forces Association,
        Vietnam Veterans of America,
        Veteran’s of Foreign Wars, Disabled Veterans of America,
        National Rifleman’s Association

      • Lenora

        February 26, 2013 at 1:28 am

        I had an idea that may help. In cases of adoption where the father was not aware of the existance of the child until some time later, the adoptions have been over turn when he filed within a set period of time from when he knew of the child.

        My idea is hiring a PI to find the biological father. Actually, you getting the visitation with the child should help him get the DNA to prove his parentage. The type of person she is, she likely bragged to people or someone that knows her knows the truth of who it is. She is likely to have made one of them mad. check FB and well Myspace may give you some clues as well, even twitter. People like that like to make fun of fooling people.

        Once the father has been located, seems like once he is awarded custody of any kind your problem and contact with her will end.

        This happens all the time. Courts seem to look down on fellows that have doubts about the paternity, which is not in the best interest of the child, what is the best interest is that he knows who could donate a kidney or give blood if he need it.

        Good luck, we are praying for you.

      • jeffrey farrar

        February 26, 2013 at 12:06 pm

        All he can hope for is that somebody else kills that bitch and gets him off her hook. And also the way his Luck is running he’ll be somewhere else in the world and be blamed for her murder.
        The only way he’ll be safe from his own stupidity is if he gets committed to the State Hospital!

      • Alicia

        March 6, 2013 at 10:38 pm

        hang in there keep the fight going I understand what you’re going through..

      • Lon He'bert

        March 6, 2013 at 11:47 pm

        As the father of a former marine sgt my self I have been fornatate my son has not had this happen to him. but it does not surprise me that someone like Crystal was just trying to take advantage of a service member especially a hero like your son and my son who went into the corps to serve there country and then this happen. but being from TEXAS this would not have happened. I hope the best for Brandon. get a PI to investigate this and get to the truth.

      • Dorothea Sinclair

        March 8, 2013 at 4:30 am

        We understand the difficulty you must have faced as a parent who sees the potential pitfalls and can only advise a grown son and hope that the person in question is not as avaricious or malicious as they seem. Unfortunately, she was by sheer selfishness. I hope the child is adequately cared for and perhaps it might be better in the future to have it taken form the mother’s lack of care. I doubt someone like her could see beyond herself.

        With that said, why were they not able to make a fraud case out of this? This woman is receiving financial gain based on fraudulent information. The case could be made that the child is not the one actually benefiting if there is documentation that she is not appropriately employing the funds dispersed for the child. Additionally, if she admitted to adultery while still married, most states have laws still on the books against adultery as a punishable crime (the DNA of a child not of her legal spouse is proof enough of adulterous activity) and if she defrauded a service-member of paternity, the case can be made that she defrauded the government as well (or fraudulently used BAH and TriCare funds) for a child that is not legally his and she may have to pay for any used benefits. Pursue from the military benefit aspect, the government always finds those who take FROM THEM!!

      • michelle

        March 12, 2013 at 11:22 am

        You sound like a great father. I’m not a parent but I have a great father and your statement reminds me of him. All children make mistakes, I know I do. But with the love and support of their families is how they move through and past it.
        As a prior military wife, I’m so very sorry that this has happened to your son, I’ve survived two deployments and I’m thankful no harm has come to my soldier. I also would never wish harm on a soldier who is living in hell. Yes it is hard for a significant other to keep going while the other is away, but what happened with your son was a travesty that should never happen to a soldier. I hope peace and mercy rain over your family.

      • Cathye

        August 10, 2013 at 4:12 pm

        Wow…I will pray for your son….and the poor child…..honestly I know of a couple of men this has happened to….it is Cruel…..women like her give the good ones a bad name The worst thing is how this child will suffer…. the best you your Son and family……most respectfully…. c

    • Justin

      February 23, 2013 at 3:45 pm

      It’s really not the Judges fault which the story made a good job of pointing out. As a current law student I can tell you there are strong public policy reasons for the ruling. The biggest being that society does not want to leave this child fatherless since he is innocent in all this. I do think the court would do well to hold this girl in contempt until she says who the father is(there is precedent for this) especially with the ongoing medical problems. Other than that SSG Parsons story should be a good lesson to all those Joes who want to marry the local barracks whore. You need to date a chick for years until you really know them or you are going to be on the hook for lots of $$$. Decisions have Consequences gentleman.

      • MattD

        February 24, 2013 at 11:47 am

        Fair enough, but then Brandon should be given full custody of the child, if the interests of the child are really being put first.

        • eli

          March 7, 2013 at 6:20 pm


    • Jeff

      February 25, 2013 at 1:09 pm

      She a bonified Cunt!

    • trever warden

      February 28, 2013 at 2:15 pm

      I am speaking from first hand experience. I am an American soldier serving in the United States Army. I was active duty at Ft Hood Texas. I was into my fifth year as a combat medic. I had spent four years in the Illinois National Guard prior to going active duty. When I made it to Ft Hood, I had began a relationship with a female. blah blah blah, we broke up because I found her to be “unstable” and too much to deal with. Not even two weeks later she told me she was pregnant. She demanded I stay with her or I would never see my child again. I did not play her game. She found it necessary to cause trouble everywhere I was, at my Company area, my apartment, anywhere I went, she was following me. I used almost every penny I made to fight her and guarantee my rights as the father. so, I was granted visitations, I paid child support and whatever it took to see my son. Well, I ended up deploying for the invasion of Iraq. Upon returning, I came home to find that the mother had been arrested on post for possession of crack and a fire arm. Where is my son? South Dakota with her grandparents. I flew out there to get my child and the local law enforcement to me that if I touched him, I would be arrested. I contacted the grandparents and they allowed me to see him but they would not let me take him until I had DNA tested. And that’s where my relationship with this child that I had named was terminated. He was not mine. I have not seen him since. He is ten now, walking around with my last name and I expect him to seek me out someday.
      Now, In 2008, I deployed to Afghanistan, I was married with another son. About the 6 weeks prior to returning home, my wife stated that she wanted a divorce. This came out of left field, I was under the impression that we were good and I would come home to my family. Long story short, she took $22,000 from me, my child and all my possessions and moved in with her new boyfriend, she was also pregnant. We are divorced now and she actually ask me to take her back. Wow. The message of my story is that this shit happens. It is real and not some Hollywood blockbuster staring Channing Tatum. There are people out there who feel no remorse for their actions, no matter how devastating the consequences. Thank you for reading.

      • Miss Independent

        March 7, 2013 at 8:31 pm

        You must be insane…because insanity means doing the same thing twice expecting different results. The overall picture of these stories sounds like the men do not take time to get to know and respect the women, fail to respect themselves by not using good judgment and condoms, and innocent children pay the price. Sounds like the grandparents did you a favor by requesting DNA test and you did yourself none by blasting how you are not smart when it comes to relationships. Its been five years! You, and this man in the story, need to own up, take responsibility, and forgive yourselves for being immature. Wrap it up and don’t marry the first pretty thing that looks your way. Respect yourselves and you will have a woman that respects you too. You already experienced the alternative…twice!

    • Debra

      March 7, 2013 at 5:55 pm

      This f ing whore needs to be charged with neglect of the child and abuse since she won’t get the child the help that is required for a healthy life!!!!

    • Steve D.

      April 5, 2013 at 8:06 pm

      I’m a veteran who used the G.I. Bill to go to college, then eventually law school. As a prosecutor, I have never been ashamed of my profession until now. The law should be about justice, plain and simple. If I were back in California, my home state, I’d represent this Marine for free and appeal the case all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court.

      Side note: what a bitch!

  2. ET1(SS) Princess

    February 22, 2013 at 10:02 am

    This sucks. When I worked as MAA, I had to go over to a specific sailor’s house that had supposedly beaten up his wife early that morning (he was already in the brig). I got the call from my Chief at 9am, and my wife’s family was down visiting and we were seconds from walking out the door to go to the beach. My wife very fondly and sarcastically said “Call *my partner* and tell him to come get you cause’ I’m takin’ the truck.” We were a single vehicle family at that point. Love that woman.

    When we got to the house (my partner picked me up and we went to base and got a squad car) we found this fat, white-trash, tattooed, stretch-marked, red-neck slob trying to point out all of the ‘bite-marks’ where he bit her saying that her 140lb husband forced her down and tried to rape her. What the shit? She had to weight more than I do (210lb). We then heard a cough from the inside of the house and as I shifted my weight to get a better look at who was sitting inside, I could see a ‘high-and-tight’ with a gray T and shorts moving into another room, away from my vision. Needless to say, I don’t think this guy was a family friend as she quickly moved to fill the gap in my field of vision. I met eyes with her and I knew immediately that she was lying (it didn’t take a genius). I gave her the ‘stare’ that I knew she was lying and said “Have a good day,” and we left, sailors possessions and reports in hand.

    Went back and told my Chief and the JAG but what are we to do at that point? We know she is lying but there is no evidence against her and it was her word against his. That is pretty much the default in the military cases of he-said she-said. Cases like this and Parsons’ blow harder than a diver at 300 feet.

  3. Not too smart...

    February 22, 2013 at 10:37 am

    Since the mother and daughter got together and formed a conspiracy and they are in a sense defrauding the government most likely through welfare, wic, section 8 and the like maybe the US Attorney needs to take a look at this case under RICO.

    It is a shame that under the Soldiers and Sailors Civil Relief Act that the good Marine couldn’t get a deferment on the case.

    This is a case that there should be no statute of limitations on… Maybe an appeal to the Supreme Court is in order since his “Right to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness” has been infringed upon.

    The father of the child has rights and SSgt Parsons in a sense has no rights to the child.

    Where is Children and Youth Services when you need them?

    • carmenlynn

      February 23, 2013 at 5:26 am

      That’s a great point to bring fraudulent charges against the both of them!

  4. pete jordan

    February 22, 2013 at 11:28 am

    when i read this story it breaks my heart
    i can say this with no duress that this woman is a scumb bag
    just like her mother.
    why didnt you just die in iraq if that dont get your blood boiling i guess nothing will .
    i for one am glad as im sure his mother (MY SISTER)is that he is still alive.
    you see i for one am proud of our military men and women and the fact that pieces of trash like this woman can just take advantage of a system that does nothing to protect the rights of the very men and women who protect us.
    we have a giant flaw and it must be addressed
    brandon you have my full support and i hope justice will find its way back to where it trully belongs on the side of heros thats right you heard me young man heros like you and every one else who dont bat an eye to step in to a cesspool of shit in the name the usa
    i love you and am praying for you on a daily basis you have nothing but my unwaivering admiration and respect

  5. Mark

    February 22, 2013 at 1:43 pm

    I don’t know why the law is so inflexible. For example, if you want to correct your military records, say to remove unfavorable information, you have to file within 3 years of receiving it, or 3 years of discovering the injustice.
    BUT–all of that is waivable if you can show it is in the interest of justice.
    Makes no sense that a similar provision isn’t in the law here.

    • Steve

      February 23, 2013 at 12:30 am

      Like anything else in family law it’s all biased as hell against men. My ex is being a pain in the ass not paying for stuff she agreed to. I have to expend my time and resources to collect cause she doesn’t feel like being a good parent. Good news is I talked to a gent who won a case on his own and while a good guy is no rocket scientist.

      The entire goddamn system needs a serious overhaul cause worthless mothers get custody of children who either don’t want to be parents or have habits that put kids in danger, while dad has a good job, solid income, etc yet can’t get sole custody or in some cases (like this one appears) visitation.

    • Jesse

      February 23, 2013 at 11:31 am

      Because some well intentioned people assumed that only men would be bastards and if they didn’t put a statue of limitations on it evil men would use it to disown children who deserved to be supported if not loved. Unfortunately, the law doesn’t always work well when the people it is intended to protect are evil opportunistic sociopathic witches.

  6. Ken Korte

    February 22, 2013 at 2:18 pm

    Dude needs to create an account on PayForward.com and ask for assistance with legal and support fees, raise awareness for military men that are taken advantage of in this way. It happens a lot!

    • LJ

      February 23, 2013 at 2:32 am

      PayForward.com ?

    • Andy

      February 23, 2013 at 2:58 am

      I’ll give this dude $20 without batting an eye. This makes me sick.

      • Bryan

        February 23, 2013 at 10:32 am

        I would set my account to donate 20 bucks a paycheck just on principle till the case is over.

        I thought I got fucked by my ex while deployed… nothing beats this though.

  7. Mark Anthony

    February 22, 2013 at 5:56 pm

    I agree.. create an account a payforward.com… I’m fighting my own legal battles over deployment issues as well, but I’d gladly spare a couple bucks for this Marine!

  8. Desmond Miles

    February 22, 2013 at 7:25 pm

    Kill that fucking bitch!!!!!!!

  9. David

    February 22, 2013 at 8:09 pm

    My ex-wife told her co-workers that I was killed in Iraq.

    • Brendan Smith

      February 23, 2013 at 1:41 am

      I’ll say a prayer for Ssgt Parsons and the young boy. As for the mother and her mother, well…I think it’s all already been said. I just hope Ssgt Parsons gets to watch when they finally are run over by the Karma Train.

  10. brian

    February 22, 2013 at 8:45 pm

    Supreme court…..that is all

  11. St.Jon Clark

    February 22, 2013 at 10:12 pm

    I am morally offended from the bottom of my heart that someone would do this to another person, much less someone she swore before God to love, honor and cherish. I have nothing but admiration for SSGT Parsons and pray that the law is amended so that both justice and the best interests of the child can be served. He deserves to know who his biological father is so he can receive treatment for his medical conditions and heck, the biological father should be notified that he has a child. There shouldn’t be a statute of limitations on something like this. You have to adopt a child to assume responsibility for a child that isn’t yours. That should be the default.

  12. Dan

    February 22, 2013 at 11:13 pm

    Where do I send my money to help defer this Jarheads legal fees?

    • Tara

      February 27, 2013 at 7:10 am

      Agreed! If anyone knows, I would gladly donate money to help him overcome the failure of the legal system.

  13. David

    February 23, 2013 at 12:23 am

    he raised him as his own. is he now just going to throw him away? he is the only father he knows! I am a Marine and this is now moral or ethical for SSgt Parsons.

    • Brandon

      February 23, 2013 at 1:58 pm

      It’s not that I’m just throwing him ( the child ) away. Not the case whatsoever… This woman has setup such a vast blockade to keep me from him that even if tried to stick around, I would have to deal with this woman’s relentless effort to ruin my career and life. Besides the State of California gave her 100% legal / physical custody. It’s on her if I get to see the child and we both know which direction that’s going in.

      It’s easier to WATCH the game and think YOUR strategy is winning… However, I plead to you that WALKING a day in MY shoes is far different then what “you think should be done”. Your so called morals and ethics went out the door the day the thief got caught…

      • Amanda

        February 23, 2013 at 3:03 pm

        This happened to us also. My fiance was in the military as well. He was Navy though. Same exact thing but his wife slept with an african american! We are now paying for the child until she is 18. The girl stills sees her REAL father but does not know that he is her biological dad. We do not pay as much as you, but we are going to end up paying about $90,000.00. My fiance NEVER acted as the father because when they divorced the child was only 1 1/2. The judge in our county said the same exact thing, that time went to long before you guys made any moves.

        Brandon Please email me. I would like a tell you a few things on how you can lower the support and get to know you and your story. I would like my fiance to speak with you too because you mentioned NO ONE knows your story and believe me we do!

      • MsHelle

        February 24, 2013 at 1:13 am

        Is it perhaps time to think about having the law changed to protect the people it should ie change the statute of limitations time to 10 years for example.
        Also, perhaps starting up a petition at Change.org would help. You need to make clear what it is about this law you want changed and state it in the introduction. I’m sure many people around your country and indeed the world would sign it.

      • Victoria

        February 24, 2013 at 3:30 am

        I’m retired military (did 22 years) and I just want to tell you that I am so very sorry that this happened to you. It’s extremely unfortunate, and I really hope that you get an appeal and win. Women like your ex give women in general a bad rap; not all of us are as evil as she. It’s sad that so many people (women AND men) marry into the military for nefarious reasons… it’s disgusting really. Especially considering the cost of those benefits is potentially a blank check. I don’t know if you’re religious or not, but even if this earthly judge didn’t dole out the proper justice, the Judge Above surely will. I know that doesn’t mean much now, but my heart goes out to you. Thank you so much for your service. God Bless and Good Luck!

      • Ryan

        February 25, 2013 at 3:08 am

        What was the rationale for giving her 100% legal/physical custody? You can still petition for visitation rights even without a change in the % of custody (I have 100% legal/physical of my children here in CA, but my ex-b!tch has court-ordered visitation times). After visitation is established, you can then petition for a change in the % custody. Most courts reserve jurisdiction in family law matters because they realize situations change. It usually takes a lot to get a judge to make such a final ruling and then terminate jurisdiction to rule further on the case.

      • Christi

        May 24, 2013 at 12:36 pm

        From the other perspective, I think it’s good that you keep trying to see your son, even if he isn’t, biologically. Don’t give up on that, because you are the only dad he knows. I’m the “daughter” of an ex-RAF pilot who loves me very much, and has raised me with honour, no matter the biologics of it, and I have absolutely no interest in my bio-dad. This woman should not benefit from you, and if what the others have said, and she gets nailed for Government fraud you are what he has.

        Best of luck in this.

    • Frank

      February 23, 2013 at 2:05 pm

      From what I read she and her mother-from-hell are the ones denying him access to the boy. He might consider suing for custody on the grounds of her not being a fit mother. She is obviously wantonly promiscuous. If she argues that she refuses to give him custody because he’s not the father then it sounds to me like that would be grounds to overturn the previous ruling. Unfortunately, that would make too much common sense. The Law has nothing to do with common sense, fairness nor Justice. I hope she comes down with an incurable case of pubic lice.

    • Holly

      February 23, 2013 at 2:58 pm

      The mother and grandmother won’t let him have anything to do with the child.

  14. Steve

    February 23, 2013 at 12:34 am

    100% his fault…she knew she was pregnant a month before? then he came back and is like “oh its your baby” simple math would have added it up for him, he’s a dumb ass and shes trash…next

    • James

      February 23, 2013 at 11:51 am

      You’re an idiot that obviously cannot read. The woman’s mother knew a month beforehand not the Ssgt. He was told several weeks after his return and only after they had intercourse.

  15. Sean

    February 23, 2013 at 12:46 am

    If you want change, you’re going to have to fight for it, tooth and nail. Situations like this are FAR too common in Family Court. This is, unfortunately, not going to end well for him. State laws vary, but most you can be sure of one thing: once the Machine has started, it will not stop. He is on the hook for ALL child support. I say that because once a person (usually male, no offense anyone) is in The System, the laws prevent any money ‘OWED’ to be credited. For example, once he owes 20k in back child support, he can’t have that wiped off, even IF he’s not the father. The laws are written to keep people behind, keep them defensive in court. The welfare of a child has NO bearing whatsoever, really. It’s an industry. You can’t tweak back an engine that runs THAT well, and keeping half our populace enslaved for fear of never seeing their children while being burdened into prison makes EXCELLENT business sense if you get to make the rules or are the one who has physical possession of the child already.

    • Jaxsolo

      February 23, 2013 at 8:42 am

      Child support arrearages can be eliminated, depending on state law, if the payee consents to it. It won’t happen in this case, but it can be done.

  16. Billy Dunn

    February 23, 2013 at 1:50 am

    I think he should start a legal fund and have it linked to a paypal acct. I would be happy to contribute.

  17. Michael Williams

    February 23, 2013 at 2:06 am

    I feel deep sorrow for Parson because of all this B.S. that he has to deal with. As far as his ex-wife and mother-in-law, they will get what they have coming because karma is a bitch!

  18. Daniel Mutchler

    February 23, 2013 at 2:19 am

    So, After an entire 4 and a half years of raising this child as his own, he’s completely O.K with having him/her out of his life? Don’t get me wrong, this court ruling sucks and he shouldn’t have to pay at all and the mother is a disgrace to all women(Her mother as well for giving her the idea to stick it to a marine for the benefits). But I don’t think I could do that to a child I thought was mine and loved and cared for, for 4 1/2 years. I’d most likely want to continue to raise the kid as my own since there’s obviously going to be no father in the child’s life anyways because the mother won’t name him/he won’t come forward..

    • Matt

      February 23, 2013 at 3:48 pm

      The despicable excuse for a human being has been awarded 100% custody of the child so he has no say in seeing the child. I would think that a different tact in the defense might be to look into the child’s hereditary conditions. I would think that, for the safety of the child, genetic testing might be court ordered.

    • Capn Spaulding

      February 24, 2013 at 6:51 am

      MR. DANIEL,YOU MY MAN,ARE A RETARD,now where does it say he is ok with having the child out of his life,on the contrary,he says the child was removed from his presence and he is denied contact with the child,get your facts straight before opening your piehole and vomiting crap

      • tort100

        February 24, 2013 at 11:45 am

        That’s not true. You obviously didn’t read the court opinion.

  19. Philo

    February 23, 2013 at 2:50 am

    As horrible as this is, it’s not as isolated as you might think. I can think of a handful of these cases off the top of my head in the civilian arena as well. Kudos to this young man for standing with the child. Doing the right thing can be all the it impossible in such a situation; recognizing the child is a victim in this as well shows not only that he has grit, but class as well. God willing, he will get some kind of financial aid and take this to scotus.
    As for this despicable cum dumpster and her wailing harpy mother, might I suggest so heavy and prolonged social shaming? She certainly looks like one whole would have a profile on many social sites..

  20. James

    February 23, 2013 at 3:12 am

    The worst part if I was in this situation would be the child that I had raised as my own till that point was ripped away from me like that, and knowing that he is in the care of that woman who is probably brainwashing him to hate you and that he will probably turn out the same as his mother, I would go to court to get custody of the child. thats something I personally couldn’t handle, I don’t care who the biological father is, you’ve raised that boy from birth, he’s your child, and you think of him as such.

  21. Steve

    February 23, 2013 at 4:34 am

    Bullshit. Complete and utter bullshit of the highest degree. This man was straight up bulled over by two lunatic fraudulent, conniving bitches. That’s the thanks a good man gets for defending his country; a lying dependapotamous bitch who commits an obvious act of fraud to get a meal ticket that will last for years. “Too late?” Are you fucking kidding me? That was the court’s ruling on this man? Too fucking late? That judge needs to be publicly flogged for that ruling. Crystal, as well as her bat-shit crazy mother, need to be stoned for doing that fucking shit. The justice system shouldn’t have limitations on shit like that. Those bitches need to be put down before their fucked up minds infect anyone else. Good on SSgt Parson’s for keeping an optimistic view. Here’s to you, brother. I hope you win this case and send that bitch a great big “Fuck you.”

    • Robert

      February 23, 2013 at 7:50 pm

      Shs a Dependaho.

  22. eric

    February 23, 2013 at 9:13 am

    Bitches be crazy

  23. Jay

    February 23, 2013 at 9:20 am

    Maybe he should sue her in civil court. He is being defrauded by this woman. He can prove it. Civil court is not the same as criminal or family court. Rules are different. Dont sue about changing or stopping the child support because it stays in family court. Sue about being defrauded. Sue her till she has nothing left.

  24. TJH

    February 23, 2013 at 9:54 am

    And people wonder why soldiers snap when they return from combat. I wouldn’t feel bad for her family if he would have cut her fing ovaries out with a butter knife. The bitch should hang.

  25. Rob

    February 23, 2013 at 9:54 am

    Just give up your legal parental rights to the kid and move out of the state! Case Closed.

    • Lisa

      February 23, 2013 at 11:48 am

      Parental rights are not voluntary . Both parents have to be in agreement then bring it to a family court judge who then decides . In a majority of these cases as in this one (where a biological father is unknown ) it would be unlikely if not illegal for a judge to allow parental rights to be forgone. His best bet would be to sue for full custody of this child . However only having an over the counter paternity test is not enough evidence to disprove or approve parenthood. Seeing that a court ordered test at a reputable lab has not taken place makes me question the whole account of the facts. Once you assume the parental role (biological parent or not ) the courts will hold you to it. This is a sad story but I do not feel for the adults. This man has more than enough evidence to prove (according to his accounts) that this mother is unfit . The court has found him to be responsible for this child. If it were me I would do just that. This women would not get a dime. I would immediately petition for full custody , I would wave my right to DNA testing (because with out a man standing up screaming this is MY kid the state will not make a child fatherless ). This would be a better outcome than him paying the child support and having no relationship with the child. This women and her mother are toxic and damaging to the childs health and welfare. “If you say he is mine than he is mine. You will not hold him hostage or use him as barter for money . I will be the Dad . A Dad does not allow for his child to be abused and used” . If more men fought like this you would see less cases . These women want money not a Mans Man . By not standing up and calling her bluff you are rewarding this behavior and we have a generation of fatherless kids raised by bitter gold diggers . The cycle continues. This poor kid doesnt care about the blood , he wants the man he knows as his DAD to be his dad. Severing the relationship doesnt change that a 5 year old lost his dad!

      • Amanda

        February 23, 2013 at 2:54 pm

        If you had ANY idea how hard it is to fight for your rights as a father then you wouldn’t say stuff like that. What is SSGT Parsons did not want to raise the child by himself. HAve you ever had someone do this to you? WOuld you want to raise a child that isn’t yours meanwhile everytime you look at the child you have to look at your past. I know it isnt the childs fault but it is a hard situation to swallow. My heart goes out to Brandon. His money was all she was after and the fact that he is a handsome man too. But when you made the comment if ALL men fought like this then it would help the situation, you are far from wrong. Bitches like these WANT the games and stuff. They want POWER. They have NOTHING else better to do with their lives. They dont LOVE their child. They just want a baby sitter.

        I know this because my fiance went through the SAME thing with his ex wife and he was also in the military.

    • Ryan

      February 25, 2013 at 3:00 am

      Hahahahaha. NO. NOT case closed. Just because you say “Hey, I don’t want this responsibility of being a parent anymore.” doesn’t mean the State has to grant your request. And even if they do, they’re still not going to terminate support, unless the mother says “No, we don’t want anything from him, you can terminate his support and we’ll go our separate ways.”

  26. Gerard Babin

    February 23, 2013 at 10:52 am

    UNDER the UCMJ, the former spouse can be charged in a MILITARY court for Adultery & fraud against both the SSGT & the US Government. SSGT can file for full custody. He’s paying a civilian system, and his benefit are military. Ive seen this happen before. THe Mother will do time in a Military Prison as we are currently under a state of war her mother may also serve time.

    • Jehanne

      February 23, 2013 at 4:11 pm

      I was going to say, couldn’t SSgt Parsons file suit against her for the identity theft, and probably anguish and suffering, or something like that? He might have to pay $250k in child support, but she’d probably get hit with a lot more in reparations if he was able to prove her actions. Especially if she is tried in military court for something, she will be SOL

    • christopher laplant

      February 25, 2013 at 9:43 am

      Gerard, you said a mouthful and the SSgt involved….in fact all military personel should heed this advice. All California’s laws are designed to helpo the system, not the people clearly. (weren’t they filing for bankruptcy a couple years ago…..? The UCMJ is wonderful in that aspect. marring a serviceman makes you accountable in military courts. His Ex would definately have alot of time to think about her actions sitting in an 8′ x 10″ cell down at the hotel levenworth

  27. ted

    February 23, 2013 at 11:23 am

    the tide is turning, state by state. there are father’s advocacy groups that can assist in helping single dads take advantage of the laws that are changing in their favor. each single dad needs to arm themselves with information and find an attorney who is willing to embrace the new laws rather than roll over and allow their client to take it up the ass while they get paid regardless. it is a direct result of the passage of florida statute 61.13 a couple of years ago (google it and READ IT – several times if you have to) that i am now officially the primary residential parent (primary custody for those of you who don’t follow precise terminology) of my two sons AND i am paid child support through an IWO (income withholding order). that means that support comes directly out of her paycheck and into my checking account. she has no choice on that. she’s not able to play games with not paying. f.s. 61.13 basically says there shall be equal parenting without regard to gender. no more mom/dad, instead it’s parent1/parent2. other states are passing similar laws. you must research it yourself. don’t rely on lawyers who will blow sunshine up your ass and then not deliver.

    pretty smooth, huh? most of you reading this have never heard of such a thing, right? that’s because back when dad worked and mom stayed home with the kids, it was a given that when a divorce occurred, the courts simply said “fuck the dad – give everything to the mom”. well, ladies, you wanted equality in everything so badly – now you’re getting it. how does that feel? pretty shitty, huh? by the way, good luck on the front lines of combat too.

    anyway, here in florida, many recent divorce cases are awarding equal time sharing (custody) to single fathers who are prepared to step up and BE a dad. in these cases, if there is not a large disparity in incomes, neither side pays child support – they simply share the costs of parenting equally. for the deadbeat dads AND deadbeat MOMS, well, the responsible parent is getting the support – monetarily and otherwise.

    my ex had simply abandoned the kids for about a year at one point. as a result, the court awarded me over seven thousand dollars in back child support from her when i pressed the issue. REMEMBER THIS: your lawyer WORKS FOR YOU – YOU ARE PAYING HIM/HER!!! they are required to do what you tell them, within the confines of the law, of course. i had this battle several times while shouting across my attorney’s desk. know the law in your state – don’t be railroaded.

    good luck to all of you single dads out there. and for the record, i love women – there’s a few that i just don’t like very much 🙂

  28. randal brown

    February 23, 2013 at 12:13 pm

    Can the USMC not go after her for defrauding the Government of medical benefits? She willingly lied when she filled out the paper work to get it.

  29. Chase Jacobsen

    February 23, 2013 at 12:21 pm

    I don’t believe in domestic violence out hitting a woman. But people like this deserve to diaper.

  30. mjay

    February 23, 2013 at 12:28 pm

    This is pretty common, and given the bias in family court, not going to change anytime soon.

    Family law basically stipulates a man is financially responsible for the children his wife has during the time they are married (bastardy laws http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Colonial_American_bastardy_laws).

    Even worse, in many cases where an older woman molests a young boy, he may be liable for child support to her, too (http://www.supportguidelines.com/articles/art199903.html).

    Tell your sons. Don’t get married. Don’t have children.

  31. Ysabet

    February 23, 2013 at 1:36 pm

    Saw this in Facebook, and it’s horrible. Me, I’m not in the service; I was a military spouse for 15 years when my ex dropped his ‘I want a divorce’ bombshell and I found out about how many women *he’d* been sleeping around with. No kids, so I guess that’s a blessing– I couldn’t have them. But you know, there’s no difference between what this Crystal b*tch is doing and my ex having a kid with one of his playmates and demanding that I pay support. No difference at all– and no court in the world would stand up for THAT. I wish this guy all the luck in the world, and that the low-life asshat he married and her mother (talk about two peas in a pod) will learn about a lovely little concept called Instant Karma. Hope the kid ends up in good hands too; sounds like he couldn’t be in worse than those of his mother’s.

  32. Matt Grothe

    February 23, 2013 at 2:23 pm

    Rah SSgt, keep fighting. Props on this for shedding light on an all too common problem.

  33. Brittany

    February 23, 2013 at 2:40 pm

    I just want to say, I think it was a bad choice to run the photo of Brandon and his current wife. I was discussing this story in a group I’m in and it looks like (not everyone reads the caption, especially wheniit’s just a preview on facebook) that the woman is Crystal.

  34. Josh

    February 23, 2013 at 2:48 pm

    What the story doesn’t tell you is that she is now trying to sue him for over $8k for the legal fees she spent fighting him in court. Karma’s going to sneak up on that bitch in a bad bad way. Hopefully it’s sooner than later.


    February 23, 2013 at 4:46 pm

    This is very sad and I certainly feel for SSG Parsons, but that poor kid only knows one father and now he’s lost him — and the kid’s mom is obviously a horrible influence. I don’t understand why Parsons doesn’t get visitation. He ought to call the mom’s bluff and seek custody… Maybe the Military Spouse JD Network (hundreds of military spouses who are lawyers, many out of work because they PCS too often to licensed in each state) would be willing to help him out. Trust me – they would NOT be sympathetic AT ALL to his ex. http://www.msjdn.org

  36. Francis Barreras

    February 23, 2013 at 4:49 pm

    Wow. More of an angry wow. Succubus’s still roam this earth, looking to bleed dry the hard workers that defend this country. I guess this Crystal girl gets the gold medal for bitch. Hope she dies of cancer, all the types of cancer.

    The legal system has many holes that fucktards like that simple bitch can exploit for her own agenda. What the court needs to do now is close that loophole so we can stop fucking those who don’t deserve it. If anything, bitch and her whore mother should give up the child to the father. It’s not hard to see when someone should not procreate anymore.

  37. Duane

    February 23, 2013 at 7:40 pm

    There have been a few cases in other states similar to this, where the guy was ordered to continue to pay child support due to some arcane law – but was also allowed to sue the mother for fraud, in some cases after the child had turned 18.

    I think, at a minimum, that should apply here. With damages.

  38. Duane

    February 23, 2013 at 7:46 pm

    I wanted to mention a little tidbit about California law – a not-well-known item that a VERY kind court staffer once told me when I was going through a different, but similar, issue (I was still paying child support to her even though I had 100% physical custody – she just kept delaying the court case to keep the money flowing).

    Child support in California cannot be collected from someone who has applied for public assistance – especially if it is for the child in question. That may not fit into this equation yet – but keep it in mind. The operative word, here, is APPLY for public assistance – it does not have to actually be granted.

    Good luck, Brandon.

  39. SalPal

    February 23, 2013 at 8:26 pm

    The real mistake was going to a California Court. Seen way to many dead beat parents (both father and mother.) screw over the one who really is looking out for the child, all because of some wacky loop hole.

  40. Caleb

    February 23, 2013 at 10:41 pm

    Western Women, they’re fucking disgusting….I wouldn’t date an American girl if they were the only girls in existence. I’d take a girl with a unibrow from India over an American.

  41. D. Bjorn

    February 23, 2013 at 10:49 pm

    And I thought I knew some heinous b*tches when I was in the Corps. Semper Fi, Brother, and keep the faith.

  42. Anthony

    February 23, 2013 at 10:49 pm

    File for custody. If it’s his Kid in the eyes of the Law then surely he can take the child.

    Evil woman. I’d made sure the Son knew exactly what the Mother did.

    • Ryan

      February 25, 2013 at 4:00 am

      Then you’re probably not a parent. Ooooooooh I could tell my kids some stories about their mom. But what is the purpose of ruining my kids’ relationship with their mother…to make ME feel good? What kind of parent would I be if I did that? That kid will find out soon enough. No need to further burden him with things he is not equipped to deal with emotionally at his age, particularly given how the rest of this situation has unfolded.

  43. Be careful on Liberty

    February 24, 2013 at 12:21 am

    First thing all “Joes” should be taught by their Drills/DIs–never marry a woman with a stripper name…period.

  44. LCpl Xavier Fields

    February 24, 2013 at 2:25 am

    LOL. I guess our then LCpl Parsons doesn’t get the “All Branches Medal” (higher than the Medal of Honor).

    Listen to your Gunny, don’t marry ho’s and don’t pay for their babies.

    There’s girls you fuck, and there’s girls you marry–my strategy was to wait til I got out, found a heavy girl, PT’ed her til she looked presentable, and advised her to work two jobs in college, get a masters in some administrative job, now she’s making bank, every now and then I tell her she’s fat, it keeps ’em honest and wanting affirmation.

    Be the pimp, not the John.

    • Karen

      February 25, 2013 at 1:20 am

      Words of wisdom right there… “Be the pimp”.

    • Don C.

      February 26, 2013 at 11:26 am

      LCpl Fields – you NAILED it! You can’t make a ho a housewife!
      Cpl. D J Cummings 1st MAB, K Bay 82-86 Semper Fi Bro’s.

  45. frank

    February 24, 2013 at 3:11 am

    a shovel is much cheaper than a lawyer and way faster than court hearings. and the public still wonders why some servicemen go all post traumatic on a bitch. glad i never got married while i was in. i have a buddy in 29 palms who is a victim of paternity fraud. in fact when i read this i was wondering if they changed the names and that this was in fact my friend. guess this happens more than you realize.

  46. DAROD

    February 24, 2013 at 3:31 am

    ONLY IN CALIFORNIA can a woman get away with such a despicable act. However, we have to remember, 2 important elements of this ruling. 1) The law and child support is for the best interest of the child. 2) As sad as it, you’ve got to be a freaking moron, to find out what he did, and not file right away! So the awarding is there…. HOWEVER, there is ONE major thing that is bothering me about the judge in this. A judge in California, has the power to enforce a child support payment that he feels is fair based on certain circumstances. For instance, if a man has a License to practice law, if the judge feels the need is there, he can award child support based on the average income of attorneys in his field, even if he is not making any money at all. The same as when a person is unemployed, child support can be awarded based on a minimum wage income. SO, with that said, the judge also had the power to award child support at $1 if he wanted to. NOW, me personally, DAD and MOM would hire a great freakin’ attorney, and sue for being lied to as grandparents, along with the whore’s mother for coaching; for all the money their son has to pay, plus damages to his and your mental and emotional health. This way she will pay for that he is having to, but also more for all the mental and emotional damage she has caused. OH yeah, and it has to be mom and dad, because if it’s dad. technically child support is based on income, and that may have to be weighed in on the amount he has to give. Again, ONLY IN CALIFORNIA, can you sue as grandparents, LOL.

    • Donnie Davis

      February 26, 2013 at 12:53 am

      It is not only in California. 1.6 million men in America are wrongfully ordered to pay child support. $1bil per year are paid to the states to order a man to paychild support whether or not he really does owe. Then the state keeps 50-60 cents per dollar paid on the child support.

  47. Mentola

    February 24, 2013 at 4:21 am

    “Why didn’t you die in Iraq like you were supposed to”? It sounds like, and wouldn’t surprise me if the mother & daughter duo had put a hit on him while he was deployed for his SGLI.

  48. Logan

    February 24, 2013 at 10:21 am

    The article doesn’t quite cover how the custody hearing went down. It says the chick made it clear that she wanted a divorce while he was deployed, but not if the hearings went while he was deployed, or when he returned. Anyways, if the custody hearing went while he was deployed (unlikely), or if it went while he was in states and simply couldn’t make the hearing and he hadn’t met in person with an attorney who represented him at the hearing (possible), or if he was in any other way forced into a default judgement on the case, then, under the SCRA, there should have been a stay of proceedings, and he can have the case reopened.

  49. Evan

    February 25, 2013 at 2:21 am

    Funny how corrupt the court system is. This bitch will get what she deserves soon or later. I mean just look at her, you can tell she is a slut. I’ve never wanted to hit a woman in my life but her… i would make an acception!

  50. Ryan

    February 25, 2013 at 2:53 am

    1.) Can the USMC or DON intervene to sue this woman for fraud since they provided benefits to her based on her claims that he was the father, and so on and so forth?

    2.) Is there any kind of donation apparatus for legal fees? I know it isn’t mentioned, but I have shared the story, and some have asked me about it, so I’m asking here.

    Thank you

  51. AJ85

    February 25, 2013 at 3:17 am

    Another thing to consider…she openly admits to cheating on him. Make her pay back all the medical bills, separation pay, housing allowance all those little extras married service members and/or parents get. There’s no way that this has to stick someone out there has to be able to help him

  52. Shiftee

    February 25, 2013 at 5:53 am

    Somebody find this Bi$%h’s facebook, I’ve got to see what this kind of evil looks like…

  53. Rob

    February 25, 2013 at 10:08 am

    Your the Father and have been paying to be so… you should demand visitation as it is not the childs’ fault the Mother lied. What goes around comes around. In the end the Mother will get repaid for her deception, her Mother too. Just move on but regardless of paternity the child is yours, your paying for it and should have rights to visit him.

  54. Dr. Nick

    February 25, 2013 at 10:42 am

    Kill this bitch and the kid. We don’t need her DNA in the gene pool; the human race has to deal with enough scumfuck parents.

  55. Lynn Trinoskey

    February 25, 2013 at 11:33 am

    Devasting story and of course the biggest loser is the child who will never be told the truth. If any account is set up for funds to go to overturning this…I’m in.

  56. Ed

    February 25, 2013 at 5:15 pm

    Ed Evick> I read this. It is a miscarriage of Justice. I wonder, since the government paid for her hospital care through his military benefits, could they bring charges against her for fraud and then, he benefit legally from that action?

  57. Morey Soffo

    February 25, 2013 at 6:25 pm

    And yet another reason to thank God I’m Gay!

  58. Shannon

    February 25, 2013 at 10:54 pm

    By continuing to pay for the child before the case started and not filing for fraud I am assuming he legally admitted that the child is his responsibility. By accepting the money would she not then be admitting that she believes he is the father? I am no lawyer, but could he not legally adopt the child, get sole custody, then sue her for child support? I would LOVE to see that happen. The child would be in a safe environment and that crazy person, who claims to be human, would get what she deserves.

    • Donnie Davis

      February 26, 2013 at 12:46 am

      I would be willing to bet that as a military man he was only paying because he was ORDERED to and not because he was admitting anything. She knew she could get the money so she TOOK it! He cannnot adopt the child unless she signs over her parental rights to him. The same thing has happen to me. The ONLY difference is I am by myself and I refuse to EVER pay it while at the same time I am fighting this law that was put in before DNA was in existence. There are beautiful women inside and out that live in America but the lazy and dirt ball women need stop having a free ride in life. This law simply sucks!!! IT is a monopoly.

  59. Bob

    February 25, 2013 at 10:57 pm

    The moral of this story is “don’t wait” if you find out your kid isn’t yours, get a lawyer immediately. Don’t wait until the statute of limitations runs out.

    • bobsutan

      February 27, 2013 at 10:40 pm

      In a perfect world child support wouldn’t be awarded without a valid paternity test. Scratch that, in a perfect world a man’s name wouldn’t be permitted on the birth certificate without a valid paternity test.

  60. Donnie Davis

    February 26, 2013 at 12:34 am

    I am in a very similar situation With documents proving everything, I was in I raq when my my wife becamw prgnant. My name is not on the birth certificate. DNA proves I am not the father. The child was adopted by her aunt and moved to another state. Not to mention the judge told me in court, “You are not the father.” The child support case was in Kansas and the state of Florida put a levy on my investments in Minnesota. This is now in my opinion a federal case. I was ordered to pay over $20,000, which was recently lowered to arreages for about $9,000. I refuse to EVER pay into this monopoly. The federal government pays $1 billion per year to the States to go after men whether they do or do NOT really owe. Then, after “sticking” a guy with a bill he did not create, the state recieves 50-60 cents on the dollar collected in the child support payments which are again, wrongfully ordered payments. The States are robbing the Federal Government, with the Federal Government playing right along with it. There are currently 1.6 million men WRONGFULLY ordered to pay child support. There is no help as you said. I have had meetings with Senators and lawyers. Been to the local newspaper. I have written many letters to many individuals with no help in having this old law changed. We all need to come together and attack this law and. I spent 17 1/2 years in the military only to find that my own government and anyone in a position to help do anything about this law, has abandonded me and 1.6 million other American men. America is the most beautiful country in the world and it is deteriating from the inside out. This antiquated law is a prime example.

  61. Boxer

    February 26, 2013 at 12:04 pm

    This is why 1. I will never get married to an American woman, and 2. I will never lift a finger for the USA or any of its people. Crystal Parsons only difference is that she openly said what American women think every day but be quiet about.

    America exists to exploit men for women, and every American man is a slave. This story is proof of that. Best thing a man can do if he wants to have a family is to go to Latin America or China and find a decent woman in a decent society. Fatherhood in the USA was abolished long ago. I learned that watching my own father driven into bankruptcy by my mom, as have all my friends. I would claim to be teaching this to the younger guys, but they already know, much better than I do.

    Good luck Staff Sergeant Parsons. My heart breaks for you. I’m grateful that you shared your story, and to this blog for honestly publishing it. Too often, the hateful and filthy nature of the USA is covered up. This should be a national discussion.

    • eli

      March 7, 2013 at 6:36 pm

      You mean that men should go to a country where women are slaves to men. In america no one is a slave to no one unless they choose to be so. It’s no one else’s fault if you make bad choices. If men chose women for their moral character and not their sex appeal everyone would be better off.

  62. anotheronein PA

    February 26, 2013 at 1:32 pm

    This is happening to many GI’s and this happened to my husband as well. His ex-wife has 4 children, with 3 different fathers…one set of twins. She has one navy check, one army check and one marine check coming in every month. At the time of his daughters birth another man came to the hospital to claim his child, how nice huh. This women has accused him and all of these other men, in as many states, of domestic abuse, child abuse, and finally when these charges could not be substantiated rape and abuse of a child. She has been able to lie, cheat and manipulate the system to get her way. Well fast forward this lovely gal is 40’ish and in jail for possession with the intent to deliver, and the children are up a creek because of her shenanigans.

  63. theshawn

    February 26, 2013 at 2:50 pm

    I’d be finding out what the civil suit options are and suing her for fraud if that is an option.

    The whole statute of limitations stuff should not apply to fraud or paternity period. Either you’re the father or you’re not, just another example of how f’d up California is.

  64. Sechat

    February 26, 2013 at 6:10 pm

    As has already been suggested,
    this case needs to be pursued as defrauding the gov’t,(see comment by Sergio).


    • Jeff

      February 28, 2013 at 7:35 am

      Yup. the FBI should be investigating her using fraudulent means to gain US Military benefits.

  65. Austin

    February 28, 2013 at 3:40 pm

    View Source at InstaPundit

    IN TENNESSEE, justice for victims of paternity fraud.“The Tennessee Supreme Court has ruled in favor of a man who was misled into thinking he had fathered a son and ordered that he be awarded more than $25,000 for child support, medical expenses and insurance premiums he had paid. In a unanimous ruling published Monday, the court said Tennessee law allows a former spouse to pursue a fraud claim against a mother who misrepresented the identity of a child’s biological father.”

    I wonder if they read Michael Higdon’s article on the subject? Here’s the opinion. The wife sounds like every man’s nightmare.

  66. robsaj

    March 7, 2013 at 5:33 pm

    I thank god every day that I didnt wind up in this same mess, yet I nearly easily could have. My (now ex) wife slept around on me while I was in Iraq while she was living with my own family (brother and I were deployed at the same time, wife lived with his wife). 8 months after I got back, while she was home visiting family, I was online, waiting to talk to her when I opened up yahoo messenger (I noticed the icon and thought we had deleted it as we “didnt” use yahoo mail any more). Her yahoo account opened up and I was in for a shock. Love letters from her (considerably lower ranking) boy friend that told many lies about me, to include me being abusive, along with pictures and other evidence that crushed me. I wa slost, had no idea what to do or how to deal with it. A few days later she returned and I said nothing. A day or so later she Dear John’d me and took off, citing she believed I was cheating on her (I was not) and that she couldnt be married to me any more. I called her and finally spoke to her and confronted her with what I knew and she turned it around and accused me of spying on her (I should mention she also had installed a software program that recorded anything I typed on my PC). All this and I was still willing to take her back and get counseling (she was my wife, I was in love) in order to make things work…Until I found out everything else. I reread every email and discovered he had begged her to move back to (location) and when she balked he demanded she “Pay him the $XXX she owed him for taking care of things” which leads me to believe she likely had an abortion while I was deployed. There were pictures of his anatomy, her nude (after all was said, I destroyed the computer) and other evidence that was crushing. I also went through our old cell records and discovered she was talking to him daily, even within an hour of reuniting. I discovered she lied and claimed she was back home at a family vacation spot when she was in (location) with him to visit before he deployed. I began to poke the bear and sought legal counsel. I asked what she wanted and quickly obliged. I took a loss, gave up scores of furniture and gifts and a small (half of a signicant amount of savings). I sweat bullets until I got the final decree in the mail as I wondered if she would recant. In the grand scheme of it all, I got lucky in a way. I avoided a messy, expensive ordeal by relying on her naivete and it played in my favor. I rebounded and am better for it. I am remarried with children now, to a very loving woman (who despises my ex). I never thought she was capable of it, she was a young naive girl when we met and created a scorn for me leaving her to go to war.

    Side note- Boyfriend and her got engaged (I have snoopy sisters-in-law) and he dumped her and left her in (location). I know where she is but havent had any contact since she drove away with all of “her stuff” (and my check). I hear she is married, living near hometown and loving this economy. But I am happy and better off 🙂

  67. Kimi

    March 7, 2013 at 5:46 pm

    Goes to show just because she’s hot and skinny doesn’t mean she isn’t a Tagtart!! What a bitch!! Sorry Dude.

  68. Monica

    March 7, 2013 at 6:26 pm

    Is there a way he could in turn sue her for fraud? Could she be charged criminally? I would go after her with anything I could.

  69. Jarhead

    March 7, 2013 at 9:47 pm

    What’s even more sad is that women do this sort of thing to Marines all the time.

  70. Richard A Nygaard

    March 7, 2013 at 10:06 pm

    Bah, judge did a good job? Judges rule against the law all the time. Let the appeals court handle it. I dont care what the law says. I would have ruled for what is right. Let the next judge take it and see if he wants to over rule common sense.

  71. Michael Smith

    March 8, 2013 at 11:34 pm

    If the young whores mother advised her to exploit this Marine for his benefits, both should be liable criminally for committing fraud against the US Government. Surely a NCIS investigation is going forward regarding this matter. This bitch is nothing more than a life support system for a vagina.

  72. connor

    March 9, 2013 at 3:24 pm

    I hope this b***h, a** skank and her f****n b***h live the rest of their lives on this Earth as if it were HELL. Unbelieveable how these whores can get away with something so wrong and live thier lives the way they want and get away with anything like this. I swear to God if I see them on the street someday I will spit in both of their faces and call them both “Whores”

  73. Fred

    March 9, 2013 at 4:42 pm

    I think the worst situation similar to this one was either the 1. the woman who emptied her lover’s condom into a syringe and used it to impregnate herself and then get child support or 2. the woman who statutorily raped a young teenager and then sued for him to provide child support.

  74. Adrian

    March 10, 2013 at 11:50 pm

    Total disaster zone. If it’s not his child he shouldn’t have to pay support. Sad as it is for the kid.

    Most of you are ignoring the point that this is told entirely from one perspective. We hear his complaints, not hers. She told him she was raped and his first reaction was “I don’t believe you.” That also shows he never had much confidence in her to begin with.

    The fact is, people rush too fast into marriage and pregnancy is never a reason to rush into marriage

  75. Michael Hess

    March 13, 2013 at 9:21 pm

    I can’t believe the mother and Crystal threatened to call the police on him. They were clearly belligerent and disturbing the peace. SSG Parsons could have called the police on them. Or just let them call the police, they know who is wrong and who isn’t. That probably would have helped his case tremendously to have LEOs back up what happened when he wanted the paternity test.
    Second thing. I got why Crystal (naming your child that basically guarantees you will raise them as a c**t) didn’t want to name the father until I read about the genetic disease. That goes from privacy to just plain selfish.

  76. GlenDexter

    March 14, 2013 at 8:24 am

    Problem: Brandon accepted paternity when he married the girl. No matter the DNA, Brandon is legally the father of the child since he was married to the mother when this child was born. I imagine he is on the birth certificate as the child’s father, therefore he IS the child’s father and dutifully is responsible for support of this child no matter the morals of the mother. Guys, this happens all the time. Open your eyes.

  77. Michael

    April 4, 2013 at 7:27 pm

    Anyone up to forming a posse! I’m all in! Seriously, Keep your chin up Brandon, but dont lead with it. Lift your canteen to drink but dont loose your line of sight. If we ever cross paths know this Army Grunt got your back!

    We walk where others fear to tread!

    Savage, OIF 1 & 2

  78. Jeremiah

    April 8, 2013 at 8:07 pm

    Am I the only one who sees a legitimate out to this that makes everyone but the BFH a winner? Turn custody of the kid over to the Marine, who would be ten time the parent and role model as this woman, as I have no doubt that he loves the kid, it would be a good fit. Next, no custody of kid no child support, the case for taking away her, due to being a bad influence on the kid due to, and I am just assuming here, that she has no job, no way to support herself other than this guy’s salary, and, end assumptions, has defrauded the federal government and has enacted in identity theft (draining his account with a fraudulent power of attorney citation), so she has no right to have the kid. Anyone else think this is a possible solution?

  79. Obama

    May 26, 2013 at 12:49 pm

    This much is clear:

    If I had to choose, I’d want to be the lawyer who got the 8k this slut spent on the trial.

    The only thing better than that is to be both the lawyer and the off the hook biological father.

    That way I’d get my child a good marine provider and myself a good payday for fucking his wife.


  80. Chris Parsons

    June 6, 2013 at 12:56 am

    I pray every day that justice prevails for my son. No one deserves this. Hopefully, her judgement day comes around.

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