Foster being sued by woman who claims he impregnated her


Arian Foster is a married man, but according to our friends at TMZ, that didn’t stop him from impregnating another woman and attempting to force her into having an abortion. She is now suing him in civil court.

Here’s what TMZ is reporting:


Arian Foster tried to strong arm a woman into aborting their unborn child … and even got his brother to apply some pro-abortion pressure, this according to a lawsuit filed by the woman who claims she’s carrying the NFL star’s kid.

TMZ Sports has obtained legal docs, filed in Texas, in which a woman named Brittany claims the Houston Texans running back knocked her up several months ago. FYI — Foster is married to another woman.

In her lawsuit, the woman — who says she’s currently 17 weeks pregnant — alleges that after she found out she was with child, Arian “constantly harassed [her] to get an abortion for the child.”

Brittany also claims Arian “used family members to additionally harass [her] to get an abortion.”

In her suit, Brittany claims Arian’s brother approached her and told her, “If you love [Arian] so much you would get an abortion.”

Brittany claims the child is due in June — and she has already obtained a DNA test showing there’s a 99.9% probability that Arian is her baby daddy.

The woman is going after Arian for child support and a restraining order to force him to stop applying abortion pressure. She also wants damages for emotional distress.

We reached out to Arian and his reps for comment — so far, no word back from anyone.

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This is not the first off-field issue the Texans faced this season. Earlier this season, first-round draft choice DeAndre Hopkins may or may not have tweeted a picture of his junk, though he was said to have been hacked and the Texans PR department took care of the rest. It will be interesting to see how the Texans handle this current situation with Foster.

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