Source WSB-TV 2 Atlanta
PEACHTREE CITY, Ga. – The rage started early. Collapsing on the floor in Kindergarten. Not responding to anyone, and screaming in the first grade.
There were signs of bipolar disorder.
Then he disappeared in the third grade.
As he grew into his teenage years, Wendy Norman’s son took a deeper dive into troubling behavior.
“Then we found on his phone that he was searching how to kill myself and how to kill my perfect step brother,” the Peachtree City mother said.
Norman is one of several mothers across the United States, Canada and U.K. who have filed claims against Atlanta-based sperm bank, Xytex, amid the discovery their sperm donor’s profile was a lie.