A GERMAN woman has won a court battle to force a web site to reveal the names of the winners of an online sex auction.
Six different men won Internet auctions to have sex with the woman in April and May last year in an event organised on a web site gesext.de.
The woman became pregnant and wanted to know the identity of the men so she could find out who the father was.
The unnamed woman might still have to force the men to take a genetic test to see which one of them was the father.
When she approached the web site who arranged the event, it told her that the men had to remain anonymous. It pointed to a confidentiality clause in its terms and conditions.
However a court has now ruled in her favour, saying the child's right to know who its father was took precedence.
A gesext.de spokeswoman said the woman, who was not identified, had now received details about the men who could be the father.
One or two are actually happy about the news they may become a dad.
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