Pauly D wanted the mother of his lovechild, Amanda Markert, to have an abortion and even offered to pay for the procedure.
Pauly D wanted the mother of his lovechild to have an abortion.
The former 'Jersey Shore' star - who recently discovered he fathered baby girl, Amabella, in May following a fling in Las Vegas last year - allegedly urged Amanda Markert to terminate her pregnancy and even offered to pay for the procedure.
The 25-year-old waitress, who once worked in Hooters, reportedly took the cash, but then decided against going through with the abortion.
The 33-year-old DJ wrote a cryptic message on Twitter earlier today (24.10.13), saying: ''Sometimes in life things aren't planned and they may even scare you at first, but they end up being a blessing (sic).''
Meanwhile, Pauly previously said he was ready to build a proper bond with his daughter after a paternity test proved she was his, and he now wants a judge to grant him full custody of the tiny tot as he doesn't believe Amanda is a fit mother.
However, the former VIP hostess has also filed legal documents in a bid to exercise her rights, and the pair's relationship is said to be increasingly strained.
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