A 35-year-old woman asked the People's Court (aka Reddit's "Am I The A**hole?" subreddit) whether or not she would be a jerk not to get an abortion after a one night stand with her boss resulted in fertilization.The woman wrote of her long-held desire to be a mother, and her boss's absolute fury upon hearing the news.feelingunwelcomed posted: I (F35) [a 35-year-old woman] have been told my entire life by doctors I would never be able to have kids. So imagine my surprise when I have a one night stand with my boss (M50) [a 50-year-old male] and I get pregnant. I found out I was pregnant a month ago. We had our one night stand in the first week of October. I was overjoyed and finally felt complete. I am currently about 20 weeks and my boss found out yesterday when he came back from a sabbatical he took for 2 months. He’s MAD. He tells me I have to get rid of it. I then found out he had a wife and a whole entire family which I NEVER knew about. (btw i work at a private law firm and he owns it with his brother) He says he can’t have a child with me and even after I explained to him my fertility issues he said I have to get rid of it. In our area I could technically get an abortion right now. I told him i’m not getting rid of it and he’s saying I ruined his life. We used a condom, he’s the only man i’ve slept with in the past 5 years. All my exes have left me because I cannot get pregnant so to me this is a miracle. In our area he would be required to pay child support, no matter what. I want this baby and I think I'm gonna keep it. He’s saying i’m ruining his life. I even recently found out it was a baby girl. My sister is on my side but her husband spent the better part of yesterday reaming me for forcing him to have a child. My boss is saying I’m gonna ruin his family and his kids life. So, [Am I The A**hole] for keeping my baby? In feelingunwelcomed's lives, people appear to be divided on strict gender lines.The strangers on the internet, however, have ruled that she is Not The A**hole, and that the boss man ruined his own darn life by cheating.puesyomero got over 8,000 upvotes with her succinct ruling: [Not the A**hole], in order your body your rules sex was consensual for both parties cheaters get no sympathy TexFiend sided against the boss, but was critical of the fact that the woman slept with her employer in the first place: If he didn't want his wife to find out he's having affairs, then he shouldn't have had affairs. If anything in his life is ruined by this, he did it to himself. If you want the baby, then keep the baby. But FFS learn from your mistakes here. Don't sleep with your employer. Just don't. Because you're now in an awkward af position at your place of employment. The place you get your income from. The income you use to survive. Some people are suspicious whether or not the story is even real, because it's pretty hard to hide a huge secret like a wife and kids in the age of Instagram.Aesael_Eiralol is of the opinion that if it's real, then Everyone Sucks Here: He slept with a subordinate and cheated on his wife, he sucks. No excuse for those. Take those away, and you're left with a man that used the only contraceptive option available to him short of invasive surgery, being forced to pay for a child he clearly did not want...and I would wager to guess you also told him you "couldn't have". I'm not saying you did this to mislead him in any way, and your baby really does sound like a miracle. I would just ask that you think about what this kid's life is going to look like, as I think you are putting your desire to be a mother ahead of the wellbeing of the child. Either way, this woman should probably get a new job just in case her boss finds her Reddit account.