Posted on : 05-09-2011 | By : fedupintexas | In : Deadbeat Dads, Georgia
Such a crappy way to abandon his then 11 year old daughter, so Steve Patrick is the Crappiest Dad of the Year for 2010 & 2011.
He lived with us in Texas the last 3 1/2 years RENT FREE, but it meant that he was there everyday when his daughter came home from school. What we didn’t know was he had created another identity and for the last 6 months of 2010 was having an ONLINE relationship with somebody in the Phillipines. He left Texas Dec 29,2010 and said he was taking vacation and going to GA to see his grown son from a previous marriage.
He never returned. (He literally left for a new life with a new woman with her own 11 year old). He wouldn’t return my daughter’s calls, but she found him on facebook and he was in the Phillipines about to get remarried for the 4th time! He quit his job of 5 years with Best Buy which left our daughter with no insurance–even though she is ADHD and her Concerta cost over $200 a month. He is thousands of dollars in arrears (we initially divorced in 2001)–probably 30,000K + medical $$ and now I have to carry “family” insurance, even though my insurance would be free.
My daughter was quarantined in the Little Rock hospital for 3 days last month and I left “Crappiest Dad of the Year” a VM with her room number and telephone number. He NEVER even called back to check on her.
Oh BTW, he is in Georgia now probably living with his sister and it is though his now 12 year daughter doesn’t exist. His facebook page says he is busy filling out paperwork so his new wife can come to the US!Would have been better to ignore his daughter all her life than to abandon her at 11! What a loser!!!
I have a court order from Gwinnett county for child support, but have no idea where he works. he is so in Contempt of court, but anybody with no feelings for his daughter obviously isn’t worried about a court order requiring him to pay child support, 1/2 the medical expenses, provide the insurance, notify me of a new address, provide his new employer a copy of his court order.
Oh, this crappiest Dad of the year is almost 58 years old, and when I married him in 1996, I actually paid his child support (or made sure it was paid–since we both worked for a Fortune 100 company at the time) and we even tried to get custody of his son. He never missed a child support payment to his 2nd ex-wife and my child support was initally reduced because he was already supporting a child from a different relationship.