A Serial Dutch Sperm Donor, Who Fathered 550 Children, Has Been Sued For Creating An Incest Risk

March 31, 2023 / Posted by:

Jonathan Jacob Meijier is a 41-year-old musician/YouTuber originally from The Hague in the Netherlands. Now based in Kenya, Jonathan’s videos show him traveling the world, lecturing his 4,590 followers about the evils of woke media, the power of mountain crystals, and how overpopulation is a myth. Turns out, Jonathan is so concerned with “horribly low birth rates”, that he’s taken it upon himself to re-populate the Earth. He’s a serial sperm donor and has fathered at least 550 children around the world. Unfortunately for Jonathan, people have finally caught on to his little scheme. Vice reports that his ass is getting sued.

According to Vice, a civil suit was filed by the Donorkind Foundation, a Dutch organization that supports donor children, and a mother who gave birth to a child using Jonathan’s sperm. They claim Jonathan has ignored donation limits and rules in the Netherlands and many other countries, which are intended to prevent “unintended incest, inbreeding, and psychological trauma for offspring.” They’re asking the court to stop Jonathan from donating any more sperm and destroying his remaining sperm samples. Well, except for the donations being held for women who already gave birth to Jonathan’s child and want a genetic sibling for their kids.

Ties van der Meer, chair of the Donorkind Foundation, released a statement saying that Jonathan used 13 clinics around the world to spread his seed (shudder). He also used donation sites and social media to approach people willing to conceive:

“We are taking action against this man because the national government is doing nothing,” van der Meer said. “He has a global reach via the internet and he does business with large international sperm banks.”

Well, that’s how this “musician/YouTuber” manages to afford his international travel. Big payouts from Big Sperm Bank! Turns out, the Dutch Society of Obstetrics and Gynaecology already tried to blacklist Jonathan back in 2017 when they realized he’d fathered more than 100 children via 11 Dutch clinics (the legal limit in the Netherlands is 25 kids). But Jonathan allegedly continued to donate internationally, often using a pseudonym. The plaintiffs’ lawyer, Mark de Hek, says that by acting on his “urge to reproduce” (shudder x2), Jonathan was acting unlawfully and harming the families who used his donations. Mark calls Jonathan’s conduct “dangerous for the mental well-being and health of donor children.”

Jonathan is also being accused of deliberately misleading people about his donation history, including Eva, the mother of a child conceived using his sperm:

Eva, a Dutch woman who gave birth to a child in 2018 using a donation from Meijer, said in a statement that the court action was a last resort to prevent more people being impacted by his actions.

“If I had known he had already fathered more than 100 children I would never have chosen him,” said Eva, whose last name has not been disclosed. “If I think about the consequences this could have for my child I am sick to my stomach… Many mothers have told him he needs to stop, but nothing helps. So going to court is the only option I have to protect my child.”

Traaaash (Jonathan, obviously, not Eva). Jonathan has yet to officially comment on the case. However, over on his wackadoo “overpopulation is a myth” YouTube vid, one commenter wrote, “And he is going to single-handedly make this myth come true.” Jonathan responded, “Haha true story [laughing/crying emoji]”. Um, is that an admission of guilt? Dutch lawyers, if the serial sperminator deletes his comment by the time the trial rolls around, don’t worry! I screenshat that shit. Sorry, Jonathan, I’m Team Elite Super-Rich Illuminati, who are propagating the overpopulation myth and slowing down birth rates. The less people on Earth, the easier they are to control. Yep, that’s actually what Jonathan believes. Let’s hope his 550 offspring have smart moms, cuz they are not getting their brains from Jonathan…

Pic: YouTube

Our commenting rules: Don't be racist or bigoted, or post comments like "Who cares?", or have multiple accounts, or repost a comment that was deleted by a mod, or post NSFW pics/videos/GIFs, or go off topic when not in an Open Post, or post paparazzi/event/red carpet pics from photo agencies due to copyright infringement issues. Also, promoting adblockers, your website, or your forum is not allowed. Breaking a rule may result in your Disqus account getting permanently or temporarily banned. New commenters must go through a period of pre-moderation. And some posts may be pre-moderated so it could take a minute for your comment to appear if it's approved. If you have a question or an issue with comments, email: michaelk@dlisted.com

alt="drupal analytics" >