EXCLUSIVE: The tale of a Dutch YouTuber charged of fathering greater than 500 youngsters is to be checked out in a Netflix docudrama collection labelled Fertility Fraudster [working title].
The three-part collection will certainly dive much deeper right into the worldwide fertility market by concentrating on Jonathan Meijer, that late last month was gotten to quit contributing sperm by courts in The Netherlands as well as informed he will certainly be fined €100,000 ($110,000) for each and every future offense.
With unique accessibility to a team of enthusiastic as well as hurt moms, the collection will certainly untangle the weaving tale of a male that ripped off individuals around the world, as well as just how these moms are currently on a goal to promote a modification in the regulation to avoid him tricking much more.
Meijer has actually been outlawed from contributing in The Netherlands for a variety of years however is charged of just moving his tasks as well as presently lives in Kenya. The Dutch court just recently established that he “deliberately misinformed” contribution receivers regarding the variety of youngsters he had actually fathered which this produces a “huge kinship network, with hundreds of half-siblings,” causing the capacity for emotional injury.
The collection is the current Netflix doc to take a look at the tough concern of fraudulence in an uncontrolled market, adhering to the similarity The Tinder Swindler. It will certainly examine the dirty globe of the fertility market much more typically as well as reveal just how, because of an absence of worldwide policies, some global fertility facilities remain to permit confidential contributions.
Curious Films, which is currently making a Netflix doc regarding software application leader John McAfee, lags Fertility Fraudster together with AJH Films, the manufacturer of Discovery+ Donald Trump doc Unprecedented. EPs are Dov Freedman, Jessie Verslyus, Natalie Hill as well as Alex Holder. Josh Allott is supervisor as well as collection manufacturer is Kathryn Taylor.