New York – Christy Miller, A 32 year old woman is now the proud mother of a precious baby boy, but not without questions from the father who had been deployed in Afghanistan.
What Miller does admit to however, is being a daily drinker of Red Bull Energy Drinks until she came across an article that said her favorite drink contained Taurine.
It claimed that Taurine found in energy drinks is a byproduct of bull testicles, it is considered not to be vegetarian friendly. The ingredient is taurine, a naturally occurring substance that is present in bull bile and breastmilk.
Miller said she stopped consuming the drinks immediately, but at that point it was too late. Miller was pregnant.
When her husband arrived home from is 12 month deployment, is when she told him the news. “I wanted to look him in the eyes when I told him, so he’d know I was telling him the truth,” said Miller. “But by the time he got home, I was already 8 months pregnant. So when he saw me, he was speechless.”
Miller says she told him the entire story, how many energy drinks she was consuming every week, what the article said about the drinks being contaminated with semen, and how she knows the drinks were the cause of her pregnancy.
“He just called me a C*M Su*king Wh*re, then left,” she said sobbing. “I don’t think he is ever coming back to me.”
Christy Miller says she is now considering filing a lawsuit against the energy drink manufacturer, not only for pain and suffering, but for child support as well.
She feels, since they were the cause of her pregnancy, they should be financially responsible for her son until he is age 18. She is also considering adding college tuition to the lawsuit.