A Fulton County judge has tossed a lawsuit claiming that a local sperm bank and its donor misled two Canadian women into believing their child’s father was a brilliant neuroscientist when he was, in fact, an ex-felon with no college degree. The suit also claimed that—according to information the women found online—the donor may suffer from schizophrenia.

The couple, Angela Collins and Margaret Hanson, sued sperm bank Xytex Corp. and the donor, James Christian Aggeles, earlier this year for product liability, fraud and other claims seven years after the birth of the child, who is not alleged to have displayed any symptoms of schizophrenia.

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