She was 29 weeks pregnant and still a virgin.
That diagnosis from a doctor in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, was presented at the trial of a 15-year-old girl who was accused of violating the country’s harsh Sharia laws against sex outside of marriage.
The girl, identified only by the initials MM, was examined Aug. 8 and has since given birth to a baby girl, The National newspaper reported.
Going against the doctor’s report, MM told prosecutors that she had sex with her 17-year-old boyfriend, who is identified by the initials YA, several times.
“I met him on the Internet and fell in love with him,” the girl said. “We had many dates at my family’s house in Oud Mutaina, Dubai, and had sex in my bedroom after my parents fell asleep. He had full sex with me about three times, and when I told him I was pregnant, he did not care.”
The boy, on the other hand, insists that the couple was never sexually active, according to 7 Days newspaper.
“I didn’t make her lose her virginity, nor did I get her pregnant,” YA said. “After a while we broke up. I was surprised when her family visited my home and told me I had made her pregnant.”
The boy said that MM was seeing other boys throughout their relationship, and demanded a paternity test.
But he did admit to touching the girl, according to 7 Days newspaper. The report suggests that the girl may have gotten pregnant from semen “seeping into her uterus” — an improbable conception.
Both teenagers have been placed under judicial supervision.