Molested as a kid, he is on the hook for 15k in child support – IOTW Report

Molested as a kid, he is on the hook for 15k in child support

Rape victim, 24, is told he owes $15,000 child support for daughter he did not know he had fathered when he was 14-years-old

Victim: Even though Nick Olivas is a statutory rape victim because he had sex with a 20-year-old when he was 14-years-old he still owes money in child support

Daily Mail –

Nick Olivas, 24, of Arizona who had sex with a 20-year-old woman when he was only 14-years-old discovers he is a father and that he owes $15,000 in child support. Arizona State law says that sex with a child under the age of 15 is not consensual under any circumstance making Olivas a rape victim. However, because Olivas did not press charges and the woman was not found guilty of sexual assault, Olivas is found viable for child support.


20 Comments on Molested as a kid, he is on the hook for 15k in child support

  1. Whiskey-Tango-Foxtrot!?!

    OK, probably gonna get some hate here…And I can say that my husband and I have a good age difference (10 years), but we were both adults when we got married, and have been so for 15 years now.

    He is a rape victim. That the ‘woman’ rapist in question has the balls to like for child support, especially TEN GORRAM YEARS later is beyond insanity!

    But…”To find out you have a 6-year-old? It’s unexplainable. It freaked me out.”

    At 14, even with raging hormones, you know damn well where babies come from…

    And the next quote from the article:”The idea that a woman would have to send money to a man who raped her is absolutely off-the-charts ridiculous… It wouldn’t be tolerated, and it shouldn’t be tolerated.”

    So… Why has the state not removed this child from an obvious rapist and victimizer, and from a ‘father’ too stupid to know what sperm does? Kid needs to be far, far, far away.

  2. And to clarify, I mean that the victim probably wasn’t forcibly held down, ect…

    But he was raped, in that an older, more savvy person took advantage of him and likely ‘groomed’ him. As a kid, he might have everything in ‘working order’, but cannot give consent as an adult.

    Female child rapists have been in the news a whole lot in the Cincinnati area of late… Ugh.

  3. I assume the statute of limitations has expired on the statutory rape act? I always thought it was longer for cases involving children.

  4. $15k for 10 years of child support is dirt cheap. Our 10 year old has cost us about a billion dollars already.

  5. The femfascists are expanding from their new demands that sperm donors pay child support to rape victims pay child support too… provided they’re men, of course.

    If I didn’t know better, I’d swear the femfascists are trying to get western men to convert to Islam; so they don’t have to eat all this crap from women.

  6. @AveDude: You’re on to something. Ugly feminists will be equal to the most gorgeous woman when the burka becomes the norm.

    Back to little Nicky. Adolescence is a phoney social construct. If you’re old enough to think with your penis you’re old enough to take responsibility.

  7. This is a tough call. Billy Fuster you are partially correct about taking responsibility for your little brain’s decisions. Especially since this wasn’t a rape in the traditional sense – it was mutual, and he was loving every minute of it.

    However, the woman knew within weeks that she was pregnant by him. She also knew that she would be charged with rape if she made it publically known.

    So she waits until the statute of limitations expires and THEN comes after his ass for child support.

    She’s a double douchebag in my book, and not worthy of demanding child support. She’s on her own as far as I’m concerned.

  8. Please listen to someone who, professionally, lived and breathed child support daily for seven years.

    Child support law is fairly consistent from one state to another thanks to the Uniform Interstate Family Support Act. The deal is, if you’re the legal father and you’re not the custodial party, you can be sued for child support by the custodial party. Period. It doesn’t matter if the parties were married, either one was underage, a crime was comitted, it was a one-night stand, etc. The law doesn’t GAFF about these factors.

    My question is, WHY is he the legal father? If the fact that the woman had a baby is news to him

  9. Sorry premature transmission. I assume that some court or other adjudicated him to be the legal father of this child. Was he served with papers for that proceeding (at which he would have had the right to request DNA testing)? If not, he needs to file a motion to re-open the paternity proceeding. An interesting question to ask the court might be, why could they find him to ding him with the bill for child support, but not to notify him that a paternity petition had been served against him? He needs to see proof of service, challenge it, ask the process server to be produced as a witness. If the service is deemed insufficient, the matter could rehead with proper service and proper all8cution of the respondent.

    If he did receive papers and blew off the court date, then he’s atotal asshole who deserves to pay through the nose for his irresponsibility.

  10. Also, if he had sex when he was 14 and is now 24, the child would be 9, not 8.

    Also: the child support clock would have started ticking when the woman filed the paternity petition, NOT when the child was born.

    Parts of this story border on hoaxes.

    Just read the article. He DID ignore court papers. It’s official, he’s a total loser. No sympathy.

  11. I believe a clever attorney could file a civil case against the woman, regardless of the criminal statute of limitations (look at the suits against the Catholic church, for example). Get creative. Sue the bitch for screwing up his relationships, love life, erectile dysfunction, etc. etc. Get a pro bono attorney to have the court put a stay on the judgement, then drag this thing out in the courts for decades.

  12. @GFY – if you are going to be “principled” when it comes to the boy/man’s responsibility to support his child, then you had better be “principled” in condemning the woman for avoiding statutory rape charges by waiting until the statute of limitations ran out before filing for support.

    She’s a scrunt – and no matter what anybody says to the contrary, she took advantage of a 14 year old’s raging hormones – both for encouraging the sexual relationship and then waiting until she couldn’t be prosecuted for statutory rape.

    Where is your outrage for her irresponsibility?

  13. Hi, Stirrin.’ Sorry I wasn’t clear enough that I AM outraged at this oppotunistic little slut. I’ve seen pedophile tramps like this in courtrooms, and it’s not a pretty sight.

    I was merely stating what the law is. He DOES have the obligation to support the child, given the case history and current law.

    He screwed up big time by ignoring the initial set of papers and blowing off the DNA testing. One-sixth of all court-orderedl DNA
    tests exclude the putative father as the biological father. He might have been the lucky one in six.

    Me, I’m praying for the child. Both parents are Losers with a capial L.

  14. @Uh……

    Hell no. New York City Family Court judges are appointed by the mayor of New York City. My tongue just won’t ever be far enough up de Blasio’s ass for that to happen.

    My job does, however require me to understand the Family Court Act of 1965, which is the piece of legislation that established Family Court as a separate trial court in New York State, and governs all matters of family law except divorces.

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