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Ari The Sperminator Strikes Again: New Mom 18 And Homeless

Menina Preta

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The Sperminator’s 50th baby mama is a homeless 18-year-old from Harlem
By Doree Lewak

June 15, 2019 | 4:11pm | Updated

Kaienja Garrick and 'Sperminator' Ari NagelStefano Giovannini; Brian Zak

The Sperminator strikes again — this time donating his seed to an 18-year-old who lives in an East Harlem shelter. Her daughter, due July 12, will make it number 50 for the serial sperm donor.

Ari Nagel, the 43-year-old CUNY math professor who donates his sperm to women across the globe for free, has racked up serious spawn this past year: 15 babies since last Father’s Day, bringing the grand total to 48. One woman is due to give birth in early July, followed by Kaienja Garrick, who lives in the East River Family Center, a family shelter with a shared bathroom and kitchen.

“I think it’s a nice shelter. It’s probably nicer than my apartment,” Nagel told The Post, adding that he didn’t know how old Garrick was when she reached out to him last August. “I never asked her age — I try to help whoever asks,” he said. “I think Kai is more mature than I was at her age after everything she has been through.”

Garrick has been on her own for about two years after leaving her mother’s Jamaica, Queens, home because “we fought a lot.” Without other family nearby (her father lives in Georgia), Garrick, who is unemployed, entered the shelter system.

Last August, a month after her 18th birthday, she decided to try to get pregnant.

“I knew if I could raise my little sister, I can raise my own baby,” she said of her 7-year-old sibling. “I’ve been taking care of her since she was born.”

Kaienja and her girlfriend of three years, Dee Slobert, ruled out going to a clinic, chalking it up to hassle and expense. (Slobert, 21, lives in a different Manhattan shelter with her mother and brother.)

That’s when Garrick did an online search for “free sperm donation” and found Nagel.

Kaienja Garrick with girlfriend Dee SlobertStefano Giovannini
Last month, several members of Nagel’s “mom squad” — women who have given birth thanks to him — showed up at Garrick’s baby shower with diapers, clothes and cash.

“They were great and I’m so grateful,” said Garrick, adding that Nagel, who also attended, brought a Google Home electronic device for reading to the baby.


(Garrick didn’t get to meet all the women, however: She was hours late to the party, as she was getting her hair done, and some of the guests left before she arrived. Nagel cracked to Garrick’s father: “She’s only 18, you have to give her a break.”)

Garrick admitted it’s a bit much to process the multitudes of half-siblings her child will have.

“[Nagel] has so many kids, you don’t know who the siblings could be,” she said.

When her daughter eventually starts dating, she plans to inquire about the person’s family background — to make sure they’re not a relative.

She and Slobert have a name picked out for their daughter: Kaidee, a hybrid of their names.

Garrick hopes to soon score an apartment voucher through her caseworker for her, Kaidee and Slobert, who has plans to finish high school and one day work in engineering. (Slobert is currently unemployed and not enrolled in any school programs.)


Garrick said she will receive her own high-school diploma later this month through the Department of Education’s Pathways to Graduation program.

Nagel is confident Garrick will be a good mom. “My 18 was different than hers — people mature at different ages, but better too young than too old,” he said, noting that infertility increases with age.

And Garrick brushes off skeptics, including her own mother, who don’t approve of her having a baby. “It’s not their decision — it’s mine,” she said.

She added that, unlike the five moms who have sued Nagel, Garrick has no plans to ask him for child support.

“I think it’s sad — it’s not like he charges us [for his sperm],” she said. “If it wasn’t for him, I wouldn’t be blessed to have a child. It’s hard to find people like that. Nothing’s free in this world.”

Meanwhile, the Sperminator continues spreading the love. Last week, he made sperm donations in Latvia and Thailand — where, according to Nagel, a 39-year-old Buddhist virgin paid for him to visit.

Taking stock of his offspring, he said: “It would be crazy if I was raising them on my own, but there are over 50 amazing, loving moms that are doing a great job raising the children.

“Although I struggle financially, I feel rich with joy and love and am so blessed to be a part of so many wonderful families.”


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I'm a Facbook group for donor parents and donor conceived offspring, and many are against (anonymous) sperm and egg donation, in the sense of the donor parent not being present in their lives. Many struggle with depression.
Who struggles with depression? The offspring?

Menina Preta

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He should be arrested for this. They need to find a loop hole or something. Check to see if any of the mothers of the 50 children are getting any type of public assistance, and make him pay the state back, if he can’t, lock him up.
I feel you. This is insane. And the article was so shady describing this woman’s life - lateness to her shower, finally getting an apt voucher now that she’s pregnant. Haha.

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There is something obviously mentally off about that girl. I think the early pregnancies started off as him thinking he was doing a mitzvah but now it’s all ego. Talking about how mature a girl living in a shelter is when he deals with college students. Dude really ought to be ashamed of himself.


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In California if you don’t pay child support the state can open a case on you, charge you the cost plus interest the state charges to raise your children. At a certain point of indebtedness the state can then suspend your driver’s license and any professional licenses you may have. Garnish, your wages, tax refunds, etc.

I wonder how much c/s he owes and/or pays. Other than business professors most professors do not make much.


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I thought that if youre getting public assistance you have to have the child's father on child support. It's not like she can lie and say she doesn't know who the father is when she is outchea doing a full spread about this epic stupidity.

Yes I am saying stupid. This is dumb.....amongst other things. smh.
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'Taking care' of your sibling is not the same thing as raising your own child.:(

And if the child is 7, she technically isn't done being raised so I can only assume she "helped" for a few of those years and is now thinking that experience is enough to be a mom full time. Lol.

I don't know why I am so mad at this story. I'm sure young women in shelters or unstable living situation get pregnant every day but I'm super annoyed for some reason. It's likely the connection to this predator and this shady NY Post article.....Let me go enjoy my rebel icecream.

Crackers Phinn

Either A Blessing Or A Lesson.
'Taking care' of your sibling is not the same thing as raising your own child.:(
I come from a lower echelon adjacent background and grew up with a lot of girls who thought because they babysat multiple siblings while their mothers worked/disappeared/partied that was the same as raising children. Making sure the other kids ate, got a clean diaper and didn't die was considered "raising kids" by tween and teen standards. That's why so many girls were un-phased by becoming mothers so young, they thought they already had it down. But most of them are like this girl sitting up here homeless or within 6 degrees of being homeless and don't realize that they can't take care of themselves. Don't forget, she's got a puddin headed girlfriend who is homeless as well with no way of making money that co-signed this nonsense.

What really irritates me is that something tells me that this conception happened the old fashioned way instead of a Target bathroom special and for that this dude deserves no mercy as I really believe this girl is mentally impaired.


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Who struggles with depression? The offspring?
Yes. the group can be brutal for the people who want to do ivf using egg donors or sperm donors. Most of the adult donor conceived people were told in their adulthood, or AFTER their parents died, so they are now struggling with identity, being lied to, whether they are supposed to even exist, wanting to reconnect with their donor parents or siblings. Nowadays, with DNA testing so easily available, it's easy to find out. There is one women in the group who found 5 siblings so far from the same sperm donor, they look almost identical. Some go on to have relationships with their siblings and donor parents but many don't. Most male donors do not want a relationship with their offspring. There's also a lot of debate as to terms used, "father","mother","bio mother", "donor mother" etc. Most of the adult donor offspring oppose vehemently anonymous sperm or egg donation. They do not oppose known donor (which is my case) and maintain that telling the child early in life and having it be part of their story is better in the end. And to be open to the child wanting to reconnect or be part of the donor parent's life and their families.