My Cousin Got Me Pregnant in Less Than 5 Minutes; Aunt Doesn't Trust Me

I am 18 and I am living in Kingston, but I am from the country. I came up here to attend school. My uncle and his wife promised to help me.

I have a cousin who is 25. He is working in Kingston, so he stays here with my uncle and my aunt. He has two children with his girlfriend.

From the time I came here, he has been telling me how much he loves me and he wants us to be friends. I told him no, because we are cousins.

He said that might be true, but nobody would know. He told me that we would just have sex and he would keep his girlfriend, and I could always have a boyfriend.

My uncle is a deacon in his church. I have been going to the church from the time I came to live in Kingston.

  • SKIP CHURCH

One Sunday I did not go to church because my aunt was expecting some friends, so she asked me to stay home and do some preparations.

I wasn't thinking of my cousin, otherwise I would have locked the back door.

When he realised that I was here alone, he came in and started to beg me for sex. I told him that I couldn't do that. He said nothing would happen.

I told him that he should leave, otherwise I would tell my aunt and my uncle.

  • PREGNANT

He started to help me to do what my aunt had left for me to do. Then he said if I had given him sex, we would have finished long ago and he would have gone back to his room.

He started to push his hand up my skirt, and I gave in to him and we had sex. It didn't take us more than five minutes.

  • ABORTION

From the time I missed my period, I figured out that I might be pregnant and I told him. He told me that we could get rid of that. He took me to a certain place and he paid for the abortion.

I didn't want my aunt to know, so I didn't say anything.

I became ill and my aunt and uncle asked me what was wrong. I told them I got pregnant, but didn't tell them by whom.

My aunt said if I didn't tell them who it was, she was going to send me back to the country. So I told them.

  • MOVED OUT

Afterwards, they said I still had to go because they didn't expect that of me. But my father begged my uncle to let me stay. They told my cousin that he had to leave.

I am having three problems now - I feel guilty about the abortion, now my aunt is saying that she doesn't know how to trust me again, i feel extremely bad about my cousin being thrown out of the house.

  • STILL LOVES ME

He is still texting me, saying that he loves me and nobody is going to stop him from loving me.

Somebody told me that people who had abortions, on Judgement Day, the babies will be crying at their feet. Is that true?

T.L.

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