The parents only discovered their child survived when the mother’s account was frozen
(Picture: Volgograd Administration of the Federal Bailiff)
The parents, from Volgograd, Russia, were told that their child would not live more than a week after being born in 2011.
They signed a waiver leaving the newborn in the hospital’s care.
They later changed their mind, but when they returned to collect their child they were told that it had died. But now they have received a bill for £3,000 for the care of their child at an orphanage.
The distressing case was only discovered as a result of an administrative error when bailiffs were sent to the parents’ house to recover the costs of care at the orphanage. The parents were not at home so the bailiff seized the mother’s bank account.
The next day the woman went to the reception of the Volgograd Administration of the Federal Bailiff Service to find out why she couldn’t access her money. When officials showed her the documents from the orphanage, the mother fainted.
A spokesperson for the bailiff service said: ‘It became clear that the married couple had been assured for all this time that the child was dead.
‘The parents, so unexpectedly aware of the ‘resurrection’ of their baby, immediately appealed to the court for the restoration of parental rights.’
In November 2017, justice triumphed and the child was legally reunited with her parents earlier this year. It is not known if they intend to pursue legal proceedings against the hospital. PLACE YOUR TEXT ADVERT BELOW:>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Make Between =N=1,000,000 to =N=2,500,000 In the next 7 Days from simple Importation Business like we did. Click HERE FOR FREE Details right now Warning To Men: This 3 Foods Is Killing Your Erection. Click Here To Know Them