The couple was extremely excited. They had always wanted to have a large family and now that Bienvenue had five lives growing inside her, the couple knew they needed to get things in order to welcome them into the world.
The couple told their family and friends the exciting news. Then they started a Facebook page that would keep everyone who was interested updated on Bienvenue’s large pregnancy.
To the couple’s surprise, people from the community started to donate money to help the expecting parents. Complete strangers were giving Servat and Bienvenue a share of their hard earned money because they knew that raising five babies at once was not an easy task.
Then one day, Bienvenue did something that brought tears to Servat’s eyes. Tears of joy that is. She allowed the man to pick the names for all five babies!
But nothing could have prepared the excited parents for what was about to happen in March 2014.
While Bienvenue was 34-weeks pregnant with her brood, Servat rushed her to the CHU Sainte-Justine Hospital in Montreal to give birth to their quintuplets.
But when they got to the hospital, Servat received some heartbreaking news.
A hospital employee told Servat that Bienvenue would not be delivering five babies that day or anytime soon. Why? Because she was not actually pregnant.
Servat was flabbergasted. How could his girlfriend have faked her own pregnancy like that?
The truth was that the hospital had never had a documented visit regarding Bienvenue’s pregnancy at all. And when she underwent a routine blood test at the hospital, they proved she wasn’t pregnant at all – let alone with five babies…
The doctors took Servat into a private room and they told him that his girlfriend probably experienced pseudocyesis commonly known as phantom pregnancy.
This condition causes women to experience symptoms similar to pregnancy like a swollen belly and morning sickness without actually growing a life inside them.
But then why had she lied about all the doctors’ visits?
The man was shocked and devastate by the news. But then things got even worse.
A relative of Beinvenue came forward and announced that this was not the first time that the 37-year-old woman had tried to pull a stunt like this – she had lied to an ex-boyfriend about being pregnant back in 2010.
“I lost everything, it was my whole life,” Servat told the Toronto Sun.
Though Servat couldn’t understand it, a woman named Genevieve Laflamme came forward and said she wasn’t surprised.
Laflamme is an experienced mother who had advised Beinvenue throughout the pregnancy and had suspicions that things were off about her story.
For example, if she really was carrying five children, she would have been on bed rest before her due date. But the woman kept her hunch to herself.
“I gave her tips on how to handle it, where to get financial support, where to get sponsors for diapers,” Laflamme told CTV.
What do you think about this woman’s deceit? Should she serve jail time for her lies?
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