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Serial Inseminator Update

Posted on | March 17, 2022 | Comments Off on Serial Inseminator Update

Surely our readers have not forgotten Desmond Hatchett, In 2012, the prolific Knoxville baby-daddy achieved national notoriety:

Desmond Hatchett is pleading with the state of Tennessee to help him pay for child support.
With 30 kids, who could afford to pay child support?
Yes, 30 children by 11 different “baby mamas.”
Desmond explained how it all happened, well you know what we mean, “I had four kids in the same year. Twice.”
The children range in age from toddlers to 14 years old.
He was last in court in 2009, at which time he had 21 children.
That means he’s had at least 9 more children in the last 3 years.
Hatchett only has a minimum wage job, which means some of the moms receive as little as… $1.49 a month.

When last we checked in on him in September 2021, the East Tennessee Sperm King was behind bars:

The Knoxville Police Departments Community Engagement Response Team captured wanted felon Desmond Hatchett, 42, of Knoxville on Sunday around 6:15 p.m., KPD said.
Hatchett was wanted for seven outstanding warrants out of Knox County. These warrants include aggravated burglary, aggravated domestic assault, violation of an order of protection and failure to appear on charges of: rape, robbery, aggravated burglary, KPD said.
Officers spotted a red Ford Taurus known to be occupied by Hatchett and attempted to initiate a traffic stop with him. Hatchett fled from officers at a high rate of speed, according to KPD.
Officers initiated their emergency equipment while on N. Mary Street near Magnolia Avenue, but Hatchett continued to flee from officers for several minutes until he came to a stop in a driveway in the 4100 block of Skyline Drive and fled on foot, KPD said.
After a brief foot pursuit, officers took Hatchett into custody without further incident, according to KPD.
Along with the outstanding warrants previously listed, Hatchett was also charged with evading arrest among several additional minor charges, KPD said.

Now a grand jury has more charges for the Impetuous Impregnator:

A man with over 100 previous charges has been indicted on five more, according to court documents obtained by WVLT News.
This time, Desmond Hatchett, 42, has been indicted on charges of evading arrest, violation of driver’s license law, reckless driving, failure to provide evidence of financial responsibility and violation of window tint law.
Hatchett has previously faced over 100 charges. He has also previously been unable to pay child support for his children, of which he has 21.

Well, that’s 21 that we know of. There’s no telling how many other offspring Hatchett may have sired more recently. Every would-be baby-mama in East Tennessee awaits his release from custody.



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