Posted October 12, 2012 on
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A New Jersey appeals court ruled Friday that the former girlfriend of Brooklyn Nets CEO Brett Yormark cannot sue him for allegedly failing to keep promises he made on the condition that she have an abortion.
The court ruled that while Reyna Purcell's decision may have been influenced by Yormark, the final decision to end the pregnancy was hers.
''Under the law and public policy, there is no cause of action for terminating one's pregnancy and then regretting the decision due to subsequent events,'' the two-judge panel wrote.
Reyna Purcell, now 35, got pregnant shortly after she started dating Yormark, according to court filings. Purcell claimed she wanted to keep the baby, but Yormark threatened to break up with her if she did not end the pregnancy.
Purcell claimed Yormark promised to stay in the relationship and take her on vacation if she had an abortion, according to the ruling.
Purcell had an abortion in February 2011, according to the ruling, and Yor...
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A New Jersey appeals court ruled that Brooklyn Nets CEO Brett Yormark cannot be sued by his former girlfriend Reyna Purcell for reneging on an abortion-for-contract-extension agreement.
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