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He's his uncle and his father.
A McDonald's cashier in Florida was arrested after DNA tests revealed that her brother fathered her son, who was born with severe medical problems, police said.
Police in Groveland say Pauline Elizabeth Martin, 33, and her brother have been in a romantic and sexual relationship for the last five years. They also live together.
Martin allegedly told the cops that she was considering ending the incestual relationship. Police interviewed her at McDonald's on March 22. She allegedly admitted to police that she had sex with her brother only hours before, according to an arrest affidavit obtained by Oxygen.
“She said she was going to end her relationship with her brother because she knows it is wrong,” police wrote in their arrest report.
Despite her plans to stop the sibling sex, the two had created another family member.
In November 2017, Martin gave birth to the child with the medical problems, which police did not specify. Neither Martin nor her brother filled out the Medicaid paperwork or obtained a birth certificate for the baby until the end of February. Police said the baby had to be moved into a home for medically complex children after Martin's arrest. The state's Department of Children and Families are involved.
Police said that when Martin was arrested, which also happened at the McDonald's, she resisted and became so distraught that spit was coming out of her mouth. She allegedly yelled "F--- this!" and kicked an officer in his leg. Eventually, she was restrained with shackles.
Martin was charged with incest and resisting arrest with violence. She was released the following day on $3,000 bond.
She’s due back in court on April 16.
Her brother, 31-year-old Allen Willian Drost, was arrested on April 3 after police spent more than a week looking for him. He was also charged with incest and police accuse him of impregnating Martin. According to his arrest paperwork, his bond was set at $2,000. Online records show that he has been convicted in the past of grand theft auto and to giving false information to a pawnbroker.
[Photo: Lake County Sheriff’s Office]
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