Condom sabotage in the hopes of getting pregnant — or impregnating someone – without a partner's knowledge is unfortunately nothing new. While the "crazy girlfriend pokes holes in condoms because she so CRAZY!" still tends to be the immediate go-to, Fatal Attraction-style, a 2010 study found that reproductive coercion
Judging by tabloid talk shows, crazy ladies regularly cut holes in condoms and lie about taking birth control in order to trick men into becoming baby daddies. But doctors are now being instructed to look for the opposite: women who are pressured into getting pregnant. They're not rare.
A Pennsylvania pharmacist has been convicted under the Abortion Control Act after he gave a woman an abortifacient against her will. Authorities faced a particular problem in convicting Orbin Tercero: His victim has since married him and is pregnant again.