Complete Stranger Claims To Be Woman’s Father (Full Episode) | Paternity Court

Please be seated. Good morning,
Your Honor. Good morning. This is the case of
Jenkins v. Bond.
Thank you, Ron.
Good day, everyone. AUDIENCE: Good day. Mr. Jenkins, you reached out
to the court to open a case. You believe that you have
a long-lost daughterand hoped to one day find her
to prove you are her father.
Is that correct?
JENKINS:Yes, Your Honor.JUDGE LAKE:So, we’ve located
the woman you believe
is your daughter
and she’s here
in court today.
But she does not believe
you are her father. So, Ron, can you please escort
Ms. Bond into the courtroom? RON: Yes, Your Honor. Thank you. Stand behind
the left podium. JUDGE LAKE: Thank you
for joining us, Ms. Bond. So, before the court
contacted you,
have you ever… Had you ever heard
of Mr. Jenkins? No, I’d never heard
of Mr. Jenkins. None of my family members
have spoken on him. I’d also like to
submit this as evidence that his name isn’t even
on my birth certificate. Ron, can you pass me
that evidence, please? So, you don’t believe
he’s your father? No, Your Honor. Because you’ve never
heard of him? Never heard of him,
no one’s ever
spoken of him. I’ve never seen
any pictures. My mother never
even spoke of him, brought him up
in no conversations
whatsoever. JUDGE LAKE: So this is
your birth certificate? Yes, Your Honor. And under
father’s legal name,nothing is recorded.ANDREIA:Yes, Your Honor.But you were raised by a man
that you believe… You were told
was your biological father. ANDREIA:Yes.
He died in a car accident
in 1999 with my mother,
and I believed that
that was my father.
So, Ms. Bond, ultimately,you come to court today
completely in the dark. ANDREIA: Yes, Your Honor. You don’t have
any information? No information. No one’s ever
told you anything? No one’s ever
told me anything. JUDGE LAKE:
And, Mr. Jenkins… Yes, ma’am? You have known about
this young woman
all her life. I’ve been looking for her
over 24 years, Your Honor. Me and her mother
was in college together. And I’m telling you,
she was banging. I mean, it was bad. (LAUGHTER) I mean, she had a nice,
big back porch on her. Hefty side… And she used to wear
this little black hat
with an “X” on it. I mean, you know,
and I was like… She was like
Lena Horne to me. You know, she… JUDGE LAKE: Aw! She was fine.
I mean, she was fine.
Light brown eyes. Ms. Bond looks
just like her. She ended up getting pregnant
while we was living together. JUDGE LAKE:Okay.So, during the time
when we was living together,
I was going
to the doctor with her. I’d like to submit this
to the court, Your Honor. JUDGE LAKE: Yes. Ron, can you hand me
that evidence, please? It’s an ultrasound picture
that I used to go to… To the hospital with her. You did?
So when you found out
she was pregnant… I was excited. I said,
“I got my first child.
I got a girl!” You know, I was…
I was just blown away.
I was on top of the world. So this is an ultrasound
picture of Ms. Bond… JENKINS: Yes.…that you saved
all these years?
JENKINS:For 24 years,
I’ve been saving that
picture right there.
If you guys were so close
and you were so in love
and everything, why did it take you
so long to find me? I’ve been doing
everything I can do,
I promise you. Ms. Bond, after your
mom passed, and your dad,
who took care of you? A relative
on my mother’s side. JUDGE LAKE: Did you know
she was there? Yes, Your Honor. So, I’d like to hear more
about what life was like after your mom and dad
passed away for you,because now
you’re growing up
without your parents.
I felt alone. You know, I didn’t have
anyone to talk to.
I didn’t have anyone. (CRYING)
I lost my mother… Take your time. …and my father.
And I didn’t have anybody. And I struggle.
And I’m still struggling.
I’m homeless. I’m trying to
get my children. And I have no one
on my side and
I just feel so alone. I feel like
a part of me
is really missing. JUDGE LAKE:
How many children do you have? I have two sons. JUDGE LAKE: I can see that
this was very painful for you. I know what life is
like to have to go on
without your mother. I’ve lost my mother,
and I can only imagine
if it was your mother… ANDREIA: It hurts. …and the man you know
as to be your father. So you basically
raised yourself with
the help of family. Mmm-hmm.
Yes, Your Honor. But you felt alone. ANDREIA: Always felt alone.
I still feel alone. Cry myself to
sleep every night ’cause I just
don’t have anyone. Excuse me, Your Honor.
She got me. No, you don’t have to
worry about nothing. See, ’cause I’m your man.
I’m going to step up and
do what I’ve got to do. My job is to protect you
and love you. To show you how a man’s
supposed to treat you,
you know. And I missed that.
I missed that growing up. I didn’t have a father figure
to tell me, you know,
right from wrong, type of boys to date. I’ve made a lot
of wrong decisions and I’ve made
a lot of mistakes ’cause I didn’t have
anyone there to guide me. Well, you got me now.
I wanna love you. I’mma be there for you.
I want to support you. I’m going to teach you
how a man’s supposed
to treat you. You know, I’m a man. You know,
I want a man for you
like the man that I am. I still… I still
have my doubts, though. I used to go over
one of your family
member’s house. I used to come over there
every Christmas.
I used to go over there. They kept me
out on the porch.
Played crazy on me. Playing like she
didn’t know who I was.
I’ve knocked on doors. I’d like to submit
one more thing to
the court, Your Honor. I have
a Facebook page. If you went
through social media,
you could’ve found me. I did everything
I could do. I’ve been looking for you
over 24 years. JUDGE LAKE: Ron,
let me see that evidence. I’d like to submit
this to the court. That’s one of your numbers
that I have. I had contacted
Ms. Bond before. I’ve never received a call. Is that your phone
number, ma’am? It might have been. I have so many numbers,
I don’t remember. You don’t remember? I’ve never got a call.
I’ve never got a text,
a letter, nothing. JENKINS:
I’ve been googling her. All these different sites,
I’ve been doing
all this research. I don’t understand,
you’ve done all this and
you still couldn’t find me. I just…
I don’t understand. I really don’t. I’ve put in the work. So, I want to know more
about… How did it end? It seemed like
you all were in love
and you were having a babyand you’ve got
ultrasound pictures.
What happened?
I also had people
putting stuff in her head,
turning her against me. The more I was
trying to do things…
We was both going to school. I’m sorry, I still don’t
believe that’s the reason
to break up with someone. Letting outside people
get into your relationship. If you really loved her,
you would have stayed, regardless of
whatever was going on. I did everything… I did everything that
I possibly could do. Matter of fact,
she wanted to get married. She had asked
my mother to marry me. During that time,
I was still in college. You know, I said,
in my head, “Let me get me
a good education.” I get a good job
before I make that step, because during that time,
I wasn’t ready.
I wish I did. So, you regret that? Yes, I do. So, when she wanted
to get married and you felt like
you weren’t ready, was Ms. Bond here?
Was the baby here?
Had you had the baby? JENKINS:I wasn’t
at the hospital.
But once she was born, she got in contact with me. Me and my mother
went to see the baby. And that’s a picture
of Ms. Bond? JENKINS: Yes, that’s it. That’s a baby
picture you have… JENKINS:Exactly.
And I’ve been having
that picture over 24 years.
I look at that
picture all the time. You believe
that’s Ms. Bond? Yes, I do. Ms. Bond, have you ever seen
that baby picture of yourself? I’ve never seen that
baby picture of myself. I held her once.
In my life, I held her… And that was it. At about two weeks old. You’ve never seen
a picture of you as a baby even with this
same onesie on? I’ve never seen that
picture, Your Honor. Have you ever seen pictures
of the day you were born? No, Your Honor. So, Mr. Jenkins… Yes? …did you ever come close
to meeting Ms. Bond? I mean, after being
there in the hospital… I don’t even understand,
how did you lose contact? I lost contact,
like I told you, after people got in her head,
took her away from me. I went by there and
left my phone number. And Xavier called me. And when she called me,
I was excited.
I was like, “Wow. “Here I can get my girl.
I can get my girl.
I can see my baby now.” I was just excited.
And then I said,
“Where are you?” You should’ve
saw me regardless
of whether or not she was in
another relationship. You shouldn’t have let
anything get in between
you being with her or you seeing me,
being around me,
raising me. JENKINS: I didn’t know
where you was at. ANDREIA: I’m here now. I thank God for this here
show right now because this is
one of the ways
that I found you. You know, because,
other than that, I was doing all the footwork.
I was knocking on doors. So, when you left
your phone number… JENKINS: Yes. …and Ms. Bond’s mother
called you back… Yes, she called. …did you make contact?
Did you see her again? No, I didn’t. She would’ve been
around eight years old.Yes, I…You didn’t get to see her?I did get to see her.What happened?I talked to her
on the phone.
And she said, “In the next week or so,
I’ll let you see Andreia.”
I said, “How’s she doing?” “She’s doing pretty good.” A week later,
I call her back
at that number, and I heard some bad news
that she was in a bad
car accident. JUDGE LAKE:Oh, my goodness.JENKINS:And here we go again
I had to start all over again.
She got killed
in a car accident. You could’ve came
to the funeral. I was cut off from the… I still don’t feel
like you’re my father,
I’m sorry. ‘Cause, well, if you
were really my father, you would have
tried harder. You would’ve been in
my life regardless of
anything that was going on. JUDGE LAKE:
And do you understand… (APPLAUSE) Mr. Jenkins, I mean,
this is a 24-year-old
young woman and yet there are some
very real feelings that are just
still from a young girl
that’s been through so much. I mean, it’s hard for her
to wrap her mind
around the fact that there was no way
for you to get to her. I don’t believe
that at all. JUDGE LAKE: So you don’t
think your family did that,
Ms. Bond? No. So, Mr. Jenkins, do you think
there’s a possibility
that Ms. Bond’s mother didn’t think you were
the biological father? I don’t think that,
Your Honor. She knew that
I was the father. I only say that because,
of course, I sit in this
chair day after day. And one case in particular
sticks out in my mind where a gentleman
was in a very similar
position to you. I mean, he came to court.
He knew this young woman
was his daughter. He had a baby picture of her.And yet, ultimately it was
determined he was not.
Could it be possible
that maybe there was something
that you just missed? No, Your Honor. Right, ’cause
I’m saying, like,
she never spoke of you. And I’m just trying
to understand if you
were really my father. In eight years,
she’s never shown me
a picture, she never spoke of you. No one has ever
spoke of you. This is my first
time seeing you,
hearing of you, so it’s just
hard for me to believe
that you’re my father. I mean, I didn’t want to end
up getting to the point that
I’d get into any trouble, but I pushed it
as far as I could push it. Well, I think that’s
one point, Ms. Bond, that I want to help
Mr. Jenkins
articulate better. When you submitted
your birth certificate
to the court, and under father,
there was no name listed, because he was not listed.He doesn’t have any
rights to see you.
Or to stake any
claim to visit you. Anything. And so, Mr. Jenkins,
let me ask you this. What jump-started,
this new search? Now it’s been 24 years. And, I mean,
you contacted this court and you were looking
for this young woman
with a… A vengeance. You called this court
every single day. Now, just a while back,
you know,
music artist Prince had died and he didn’t have any
estate or nothing to leave
any of his stuff to. So the things that I have,
or the things that I’ve
accomplished in life, I would like to leave
them to my daughter. I still have… So when you look at
Mr. Jenkins, Ms. Bond, and you look at him,
do you see yourself at all? Do you say, “I kinda feel
like I look like him”? ANDREIA:I look more
like him, to me,
in my opinion.
like you look more
like the man you believe
to be your father? Yes. All right, well, the only way
to move forward,
that’s why we’re here, is to get the results,
and we have those for you. Ron, will you give me
the envelope, please? Yes, ma’am. These results were prepared
by DNA Diagnostics and
they read as follows. “In the case of
Jenkins v. Bond…”
When it comes to
24-year-old Andreia Bond, it has been determined
by this court, Mr. Jenkins, you… …are her father. (AUDIENCE CHEERING) I love you.
I love you. I love you. (SOBBING) I love you. I love you.
I love you. I love you.
I love you. I love you. (SOBBING) 24 years. 24 years of
doing footwork. And it paid off. JUDGE LAKE: Yes, it did. Thank you, God. I love you. I love you, too. Aw! JENKINS: It paid off. Well, y’all got me
crying now. (LAUGHTER) This is one
beautiful sight. This is exactly
why we do this. So I am going
to adjourn court, but I’d like to see
you both in my chambers if you can spare a couple
more minutes with me. As long as you want to. JUDGE LAKE: All right.
I’m so happy you all
found each other. Thank you. Yes. Court is adjourned.
I’ll see you in my chamber. (APPLAUSE) Ms. Bond,
I listened to your story
as you testified today, and I was really moved. We reached out
to the college where your father
and your mother
went together. Wayne County
Community College. And we told them
about this remarkable
young woman that we think deserves
some much-needed support. So they’ve agreed to
offer you a scholarship… ANDREIA: Are you serious? …to pursue the degree
of your choice. Oh, my God. Thank you.
Thank you so much.
Thank you. You know what I think?
You’ve been through a lot. And it’s your turn now. Thank you so much. Thank you so much. I think I need a hug.
Y’all had me crying. Oh, I’m so happy for you. ANDREIA:
Thank you so much. Oh, my pleasure. Aw, congratulations.

100 Responses

  1. Rome McDaniel says:


  2. Camelia Gentry says:

    Don't be mad at your dad it was your mom responsibility to tell you who your dad is, be happy and rejoice get your kids back.

  3. Oluropo Akinbolade-Jones says:

    Miss bond is Nigerian or has nigerian relatives. Her middlename is Nigeria.

  4. Pearline Gayle says:

    Your mother is the evil one. She's the one that took u away from your father and gave u another man' name.

  5. Hope nco4 says:

    God bless her. I pray she is doing good.

  6. Kristie Jackson says:

    Ppl in the comment section, understand that this young lady has been thru some emotional things in her young life… Feeling like she was alone & not making the right decisions in life… So what it seems like 2 me… Is that she built a wall up 2 protect herself from being hurt… That's why I believe she kept saying he didn't look hard enough… But look how God worksπŸ™

  7. Maria Montgomery says:

    I love happy ending's!

  8. Bruce Powell says:

    That woman crazy' things are not allways that simple

  9. Bruce Powell says:

    she ganna get her kids back !

  10. Chichi Udaku says:

    That was great nice . Her father is so young.
    Now she can have a home.
    Thank paternity court tv.

  11. phoebe muhalya says:

    Av never told my big son who his real father is. He is 9yrs old. The dad denied paternity. Some truths are better in the closet

  12. Samuel Thomas says:

    I can't image having a child in this world that I can't be with. If I did there is no way I would allow anyone to take that child away from me. Glad he finally found her.

  13. Kerene Mundle says:

    Naah lie dwaag…. This ad me cryin

  14. Gomati Kalicharran says:

    This is such a beautiful story, yall had me crying ..I so miss my daughter

  15. Jen Joseph says:


  16. Jen Joseph says:

    I THINK, that this episode, this story ,should be made into a movie, ANYONE . AGREEING WITH ME I'M TAPING IT, TO SEND TO SOMEONE. .

  17. Curacion Cameron says:

    She looks just like him!

  18. Abigeal Mersiea says:

    Judge u deserve a prize or some in the office of United nations i don't know much respect!!+!!!!+++!

  19. Daniel Od says:

    So most women in the audience are really judging the man instead of listening. Smh. And they all know the law is on their side and not the man when they restrict the father from seeing their babies. So shameful.

  20. Luann patterson says:

    It's not often in life that one gains a parent. Congrats!

  21. specialty k says:

    No child was support now!

  22. call me bruh! says:

    This is beautiful

  23. zimam Gebremedhin says:

    She ha me crying

  24. My Opinion says:

    This is beautiful 😌

  25. Anstashia Ghanaa says:

    Glory be to God Amen ooohooo my God

  26. Anstashia Ghanaa says:

    You people are great America

  27. Noneya Business says:

    This background of him not seeing her didnt make alot of sense to me, but I'm happy for the positive results, to bad it couldn't happen way sooner

  28. ThelightofGod Jeffrey says:

    Man I cried when I heard this man speaking of how he would like to love a daughter. Good thing I do not wear mascara

  29. Paulette Roach says:


  30. jeanthree says:

    this is my all time favorite episode

  31. Ellen osbourne says:

    Young lady it's not just on him to find you. What about your mom?? She died with you thinking that other man was your father

  32. real life says:

    Man people sure do keep secrets

  33. The Advocate says:

    I'm happy it's a "happily ever after" story…

  34. Tony Vasquez says:

    This is what a real is. Real fathers teaches their kids especially daughters how to pick a better partner and how a woman supposed to be treated…..😊😊😊

  35. Pagan Roots says:

    Best episode!

  36. Athlene Andre says:

    That was touching. What a real good father he is.

  37. Angelo Franklin says:

    What a decent man, God bless him.

  38. morenaso1 says:

    Someone stop cutting onions cause it’s making my eyes water

  39. John Kennedy says:

    A very happy ending to a sad story. Way to go Dad.

  40. MRS. Muntet Jackline says:

    Why am crying??..

  41. Jacqueline Moreno says:

    This case made me cry so muchπŸ˜­πŸ’— I'm happy for the both of them. I wish the best for them and happiness. πŸ’—πŸ’—πŸ’—πŸ’—πŸ’—πŸ’—πŸ’—πŸ’—πŸ’—πŸ’—πŸ’—πŸ’—πŸ’—πŸ’—πŸ’—πŸ’—πŸ’—πŸ’—πŸ’—πŸ’—

    Please do a update.

  42. Chai's Room says:

    Sometimes we allow anger to overtake us and we don't want to see outside of our own perimeters…the young lady couldn't see that her family blocked them two from being together…

  43. Black Forest says:

    Thats her dad..jus by knows i know and haven't done watching this video.

  44. Black Forest says:

    The man called daily at the paternity court to try and that says yes he tried.

  45. The Underdog says:

    *Instant tears…..

  46. ABC 123 says:

    She has a stinking attitude & full of blame!

  47. JUST US says:

    Im not even going to lie i cried!

  48. Terri_Lynn says:

    Wow. Just…Wow.

  49. Catherine Thompson says:

    OMG! This is the best episode ever on here. Who knows what happened but I COMMEND THIS FATHER for looking for his daughter all those years. Glory to God I hope she finds peace and joy now. Blessing to them both

  50. Paperbag Prince says:

    Wow. That was really nice.

  51. Rachel Briggs says:

    I love the ending

  52. Rita Private says:

    Tear jerker

  53. Timothy Carruthers says:

    This is such a happy ending 😊

  54. dennis seechan says:


  55. noaid Jones says:

    They look alike .

  56. boo k says:

    Girl your biological father is alive! Open your heart and receive him

  57. Artency knight says:

    Best episode EVER!! I'M crying too Judge!!

  58. Tiggy-Tay Unlimited says:

    One of my favorite cases πŸ‘πŸΎπŸ‘πŸΎπŸ‘πŸΎπŸ‘πŸΎ

  59. queenericka says:

    first one i watched again!! that was quite a story!

  60. llman03 says:

    Women do have babies and never speak of the father. I know a man that was 60 something years old before he found out who his dad was. His mom never told him who his dad was.

  61. Jan Feaster says:

    He's a on time God

  62. Karina Aliaga says:

    I’m happy that he’s the father..!!

  63. Jennifer Kern says:

    First time I seen Judge Lake about to tear up.

  64. Judi Bohn says:

    So glad that he was her father cause now she has someone on her side. I hope she is able to finish her college degree. Sounds like he never married that her mom was it for him. So she's his only child. Sounds like too that at 8 when he went to her at Christmas and family relative that wouldnt let him see her was afraid she would loose that death check she was getting and didnt have Andreas best interest at heart. So sad what she went thru without her father with her to help her…to be there for her.

  65. Rebecca Young says:


  66. Mrs. Parker says:

    😭😭😭😭beautiful story!!!!

  67. Tahir DaCosta says:

    Doesn't believe this man is the father and mom side of the family blocked this man from seeing her. She homeless tho.. she knows the mother side of the family and she homeless.

  68. Batina The Beautiful Writer says:

    Who in the world is Ron, where's my Jerome?

  69. Batina The Beautiful Writer says:

    Beautiful Ending❀

  70. Tamika S says:

    As someone that never had the chance to meet her biological father, I have to say this case left me in tears. When she was asking why he didn't tryharder. I don't think she fully understood how difficult it is to find blood.nor did she understand how hard others will keep parents from their children. I found out many years later that my biological father was trying to get to me, but my mother's friends and family told him to go away and he did. He died from lung cancer four months before I found him. This makes me so happy that this young lady now knows who her father is, and he now knows his daughter.

  71. Cassandra Dennis says:

    God bless that man, his Persistence paid off. He knew that was his daughter. God bless them both. ❀❀😭😭😭

  72. khallia montroy says:

    Best episode by far amazing πŸ’œπŸ’•

  73. Ametyst says:

    She’s lucky and he never gave up and kept going even when she didn’t believe him.

  74. Melanin Poppa says:

    This one made me so happy. I knew from the start that she was his daughter ❀️❀️❀️

  75. Nora Djanmah says:

    Greatest ending.
    Good on you Father for not giving up on the search πŸ” of your daughter.
    Judge, thank you for your aftercare duties.
    God's blessings.πŸ’“πŸ’“

  76. may Godfrey says:

    Why would her mother not record his name on her birth certificate? What did he do to her?

  77. Suna Ewang says:

    Wow. A beautiful end.

  78. drlovie says:

    Wow…what a happy ending. Praise God. This young lady went through a lot. She needs to understand how hard it can be for a father if the mother no longer wants him in her life. What a great ending. Thanks to God. Thank you too, Judge Lakes, your staff, and the kind folks over at the university. So happy for this father and daughter. It was lovely hearing him talk about a love from way back πŸ™‚ The young lady looks just like her mother and father.

  79. Fanouvvi says:

    Lord have mercy! Andrea looks like him. She is working my nerves being doubtful about his story.
    If she so boldly tells him about his shoulda, coulda, woulda then where is the Father of her children and why is she homeless.
    Mr Jenkins you are a blessing to her. I’m blessed to witness your testimony via video. πŸ₯°

  80. Barbara Kokomo says:

    this was touching. a miracle a real miracle.

  81. C Boogie says:

    Wonderful outcome!!!

  82. Maxamed Daabad somalilander dhaba says:

    one of the best videos

  83. Karen DeAguero says:

    When Judge Lake started tearing up, I felt that! That father is the epitome of a perfect dad.

  84. CW Younger says:

    I'm so happy that she finally has someone. This was an amazing ending.

  85. Free sTAtES says:

    Thank you God for this beautiful beginning. And of course the judge.
    This is how we do it !!!!!Β£

  86. Marlisa J. says:

    Lawd, these tears

  87. Maria Montgomery says:

    He said, "I didn't retaliate, because I didn't want to get her in trouble." Was she cheating on her husband? Or was he just a gentle soul?

  88. Maria Montgomery says:

    Unless the mom was cheating, which sounds like she wasn't, the only reason she kept that child from her father was out of anger and spite, because he didn't want to marry her. The way he talked about her mom was like if she was a Goddess. Since he's probably a traditionalist, he probably figured, I'm going to get myself ready and educated for her so I can marry her. He felt inferior to her. The mom and her family May have been those who wanted to keep up with the Jonesess. He felt she was out of his league. Also, to have a child from an earlier relationship made the woman look a loose woman and made the family look bad.

  89. Maria Montgomery says:

    Something is wrong with that family, because why is this woman homeless, if they are loving her? This lady doesn't look like a drug addict? All she needs is a hand up. Since she's homeless, it means she's a very decent woman, because unlike her mother, she would have slept her way to a home with a man that could support her and marry her and take care of her kids.

  90. Ellen Armstrong says:

    That was so sweet.I'm happy for her

  91. Fabeon Shaw says:

    This is very touching to watch ooh help me God to understand parients

  92. Fabeon Shaw says:

    This is mind blowing oooh thanks be to God it was he, happiness is the best thing in life

  93. Anthonyg Anthony says:

    I felt sorry for both father and daughter. And, may God rap her mother in His warmth. Tears dropped from my eyes too. Thank you Judge Lake.

  94. Dominic Sciberras says:

    I find rather odd when I hear girls or boys, I made many mistakes, because I had no one to turn for advise. Instinct tells us us what is right or wrong.

  95. Dominic Sciberras says:

    She’s a warped young woman. She should be careful what she is saying.

  96. Dominic Sciberras says:

    Is she going to apologise for her nastiness

  97. Judi Bohn says:

    Yaw need to fix your update says Mr. Bond but his name in court is Mr. Jenkins and hers was Andrea Bond.

  98. Casandra T says:

    I wish the Judge would have explained CLEARLY that the MOTHER didn't tell her the truth. Folks didn't have the internet we have today.

    She's gonna "love" her daddy now, because he's about to pull her from the meager existence

  99. Christina Tubbs says:

    First of sll family can play lies and tricks she need to stop and listen case she took secrect to her grave

  100. Club Utopia says:

    She is beautiful

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