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November 28, 1991 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Steve Garvey, the former All-Star first baseman, has been sued in Los Angeles Superior Court by a woman who said he fathered her 2-year-old child. Rebecka Mendenhall of Atlanta said she was engaged to Garvey when she became pregnant with her child, Slade, who was born Oct. 13, 1989. Garvey broke off the relationship before the child was born and married another woman. Garvey, 42, said in 1989 that he would assume responsibility for any offspring proved to be his.
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March 28, 1991
An Atlanta woman's paternity suit against Steve Garvey was dismissed by a Georgia appeals court, which ruled that judges in the state have no jurisdiction in the case. Rebecka Mendenhall, an assignment editor for Cable News Network, plans to appeal.
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March 28, 1991
An Atlanta woman's paternity suit against Steve Garvey was dismissed by a Georgia appeals court, which ruled that judges in the state have no jurisdiction in the case. Rebecka Mendenhall, an assignment editor for Cable News Network, plans to appeal.
SPORTS
November 28, 1991 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Steve Garvey, the former All-Star first baseman, has been sued in Los Angeles Superior Court by a woman who said he fathered her 2-year-old child. Rebecka Mendenhall of Atlanta said she was engaged to Garvey when she became pregnant with her child, Slade, who was born Oct. 13, 1989. Garvey broke off the relationship before the child was born and married another woman. Garvey, 42, said in 1989 that he would assume responsibility for any offspring proved to be his.
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February 24, 1989 | Associated Press
Two women became pregnant while involved with Steve Garvey, the former All-Star first baseman of the Dodgers and the San Diego Padres, who recently married a third woman, a TV station reported. A San Diego woman, who declined to be interviewed on camera, said she recently gave birth to Garvey's child, according to a report by KNSD-TV, an NBC affiliate. The other woman alleging that she is pregnant with Garvey's child is Rebecka Mendenhall, a producer for Atlanta-based Cable News Network.
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August 12, 1992 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Los Angeles Superior Court Kenneth Black agreed with Rebecka Mendenhall of Atlanta that former baseball star Steve Garvey fathered her 2-year-old son and ordered him to pay child support of $2,175 a month, her attorney said.
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August 12, 1992 | From Associated Press
A judge in Los Angeles agreed with a Georgia woman that former Padres star Steve Garvey fathered her 2-year-old son and ordered him to pay child support, an attorney said. Superior Court Judge Kenneth Black ordered Garvey to pay $2,175 a month to support Slade Mendenhall, son of Rebecka Mendenhall of Atlanta, Ga., said Mendenhall's attorney, Stephen A. Kolodny. The judge told attorneys Friday to prepare a paternity order for him to sign, Kolodny said Tuesday.
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February 24, 1989 | Associated Press
Two women became pregnant while involved with Steve Garvey, the former All-Star first baseman of the Dodgers and the San Diego Padres, who recently married a third woman, a TV station reported. A San Diego woman, who declined to be interviewed on camera, said she recently gave birth to Garvey's child, according to a report by KNSD-TV, an NBC affiliate. The other woman alleging that she is pregnant with Garvey's child is Rebecka Mendenhall, a producer for Atlanta-based Cable News Network.
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November 28, 1991 | From Associated Press
Steve Garvey, the retired All-Star first baseman who played for the San Diego Padres and whose clean image was sullied by revelations of sexual infidelity, was sued Wednesday by a woman who said he fathered her 2-year-old child. Rebecka Mendenhall's Superior Court suit said she was engaged to Garvey when she became pregnant with her child, Slade, who was born Oct. 13, 1989. Garvey broke off the relationship before the child was born and married another woman.
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March 28, 1991 | Associated Press
An Atlanta woman's paternity suit against former baseball player Steve Garvey has been thrown out by a Georgia appeals court, which ruled that judges in the state have no jurisdiction in the case. Rebecka Mendenhall, an assignment editor for Cable News Network, filed suit in Fulton County Superior Court in 1989, alleging that Garvey fathered her son, born the previous October, and backed out of an agreement to marry her.
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