(WKYC) Jennifer Cramblett and her partner were living her in Uniontown, Ohio when they decided to start a family. But a mistake as simple as bad handwriting has now changed their lives and maybe their home forever.
Ready to be moms, Jennifer Cramblett and Amanda Zinkon carefully selected a blonde haired, blue-eyed, like Amanda, donor as a sperm donor in 2011. In August 2012, their beautiful daughter Payton was born.
“She’s made us the people that we are. Never trade it for the world,” said Cramblett.
About five months into her pregnancy, Cramblett learned she’d been mistakenly inseminated with an African-American man’s sperm instead.
The couple is now suing the Midwest Sperm Bank for sending the wrong stuff, a medical malpractice case with big implications across the world and in their own family.