Woman sues ex-boyfriend after she refuses $75,000 offer to get abortion

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NEW YORK — A young mother is suing her ex-boyfriend after he allegedly tried to offer her $75,000 to have an abort their child, The New York Post reports.

In the lawsuit, Elmira Naymark, 32, said she met 29-year-old hedge fund manager Ron Ozer through mutual friends in 2013.

The two traveled the world together for more than 2 1/2 years, which included Ozer showering her with expensive gifts. Things took a turn for the worse in January when Naymark told him she was pregnant.

According to the lawsuit obtained by the Post, Ozer told her to “call the clinic” and “take a pill,” upon hearing the news. Later, he called her “white trash” and “disgusting” when she told him she wanted to keep the baby.

The situation took a turn when Ozer allegedly had a colleague offer Naymark thousands of dollars to end the pregnancy.

“He wants to help you out and take care of this,” the friend allegedly texted Naymark, according to court documents. “This isn’t the only chance for you to have children. You don’t have to force this and do it alone.”

“He’d be willing to offer a lump sum of money to you. I’m sure he would have no problem with 50k-75,000+.”

The friend even allegedly suggested Naymark could use the money to freeze her eggs and have fertility treatments when she gets married in the future.

Naymark gave birth to the baby in September.

Ozer reportedly owns a $2 million home in New York’s West Village area and specializes in making multimillion-dollar natural-gas deals. She wants him to provide their daughter with a lifestyle that is proportionate to his income.

In addition to suing for child support, Naymark is suing her ex-lover for “full custody of the girl, health insurance for the baby, funding for private schools and summer camps, and a $5 million life-insurance policy listing herself and their daughter as beneficiaries,” the Post reports.

Ozer’s lawyer has not commented.