(CBS SF) — A gay man whose mother stepped in to act as surrogate for his child has won the right to adopt the eight-month-old child after a court ruling in the U.K.
Anne-Marie Casson acted as the surrogate for her son, 24-year-old Kyle Casson after a female relative who had already volunteered developed medical complications, the National Post reported.READ MORE: "Someone's Shooting Outside The Door": Video, Audio Recordings Reveal Frantic Moments Of Deadly VTA Shooting
A donated egg was fertilized with Kyle’s sperm, and used to impregnate Anne-Marie.READ MORE: UPDATE: Fireworks May Have Sparked 4-Alarm Brush Fire In Vallejo, Homes Damaged
Kyle was listed as baby Miles’ father, and brother, but a high court ruled the situation was “entirely lawful.”
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Kyle was the first single man in the U.K. to have a child through surrogacy, and Anne-Marie was the first mother there to carry a child for one of her own.