Girl who got pregnant aged 13 ‘in tears’ as boyfriend doesn’t want another baby
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A schoolgirl who gave birth aged 14 is devastated because her boyfriend doesn’t want another baby.
Darya Sudnishnikova, from the town of Zheleznogorsk in Russia's south-eastern region of Krasnoyarsk Krai, made international headlines after claiming her ex-boyfriend Ivan – who was just 10 at the time – had impregnated her last year.
She later bravely revealed that she had been raped by a 14-year-old boy.
Darya’s daughter Amelia is now 11 months old, and she regularly shares pictures of them together on Instagram.
Earlier this month, the 15-year-old announcedthat she would have to terminate a second pregnancy over health concerns.
Her 17-year-old boyfriend Maxim also left her.
On Tuesday, August 24, Darya revealed that the pair were back together.
However, the teenager still does not want a child, with the abortion set to go ahead.
Darya posted on Instagram: “I’m in tears now, because Maxim does not want to have a child.”
She had wanted to keep the child before consulting with doctors.
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Darya wrote: “When I give birth, Mila will be already two years old, it will not be so difficult with her, I will sometimes leave her with my grandmother (my mother).
“And I will already be 16, I can move by buying an apartment [I already have money for it].
“I also spoke to Maxim…he will also help with the child.”
Darya has previously boasted £5,000 a month in earnings from her social media promotions and advertising.
She has 650,000 followers on Instagram, and clocked up more than one million on TikTok.
Darya became a celebrity after appearing on Russian TV with Ivan last year.
She said at the time: “A friend of mine introduced us and two days later we started dating.
“Ivan said he was in love with me. We tried to spend as much time together as we could.
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- Darya and Ivan
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