He said the ex-boyfriend helped to inject her with hormones for the fertility treatment, and he was aware that an initial attempt to become pregnant had failed at the clinic. He said Pressil helped to prepare her for the follow-up treatments and future attempts to become pregnant, but did not want to actually go to the clinic for the final, successful in vitro attempt.
"He knew about the whole process," Deyon said.
Dr. Michael Allon, a principal at Advanced Fertility Center left a phone message for Local 2 Investigates, saying Pressil will have "a lot of questions to answer" once the case goes to court.
His lawyer, Sheena, insisted the donor and the mother requested to have the in vitro fertilization and the clinic has stringent procedures for getting consent.
"The issue between the mother and the father are really issues between them. Unfortunately for the clinic, we're drug into this battle," he said.
Pressil isn't budging. He said he wants justice.
"I want justice, just for everyone out there that this could happen to them."