Marcus Silva is suing his ex-wife’s friends who helped with the abortion

People gather outside the J. Marvin Jones Federal Building and the Mary Lou Robinson United States Courthouse to protest a lawsuit to ban the abortion drug mifepristone Saturday, February 11, 2023, in Amarillo, Texas. (AP Photo/Justin Rex)

A Texas man is suing three women for $1 million each, alleging wrongful death conspiracy and accusing them of murder for helping his ex-wife obtain a medical abortion.

Marcus Silva, a Galveston resident, and his wife divorced in February, according to Texas court records. However, in July 2022, his then-wife apparently discovered she was pregnant “with a child fathered by Marcus,” according to a civil lawsuit filed Thursday. The complaint notes that Silva and his ex-wife share two daughters.

Silva’s then wife apparently turned to two of her friends for help. According to the lawsuit, they helped her obtain drugs that would induce an abortion. The third defendant is the person who delivered the pill to Silva’s ex, according to the lawsuit. Marcus Silva is suing his ex-wife’s friends who helped with the abortion

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