Can they take my baby from me if I'm a stripper?

The father is saying he'll take custody of my baby since I'm a stripper. Can he legally do that?
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Most Helpful Guys

  • There isn't enough to tell, but just on the stripping- no. Courts in these situations look mostly for what would be best for the child. Whether it's in court systems, custody, or foster situations, it's for the best interest of the child. If the court finds that you provide a stable life for your child, then your job won't hurt you. If you don't have a good environment for the child, then the court will take notice of that.

    That is why cheating doesn't matter as much in divorce and custody battles. As long as the child isn't being exposed to any negative influences, infidelity doesn't matter too much. Same scenario with your job- as long as your child isn't being exposed to anything the court thinks is bad, then it shouldn't affect things much.

  • That isn't near enough information for legal advice dear. :/ In domestic cases, there are billions, if not trillionsof variables, but I know for a fact that if the baby isn't in harms way and is healthy, there's not a snowballs chance in hell the state will take a baby out of a stable home. You are in my prayers, and I'm not saying that to be cliche, I mean it.

Most Helpful Girls

  • No not unless you take your baby there or your on drugs he will have to prove your a unfit mom but not just because your a stripper ~im jealous I wish I had the body for that job hahahahaha

    • You don't need a good body to be a stripper, of course those tend to be pretty nasty places.

    • True true LMAO I have seen some pretty nasty ones hahaha

  • Not that I'm aware of. I'm pretty sure that so long as a baby is not endangered in any way, it cannot be taken away from its parents.

  • not unless he can prove the baby is in harms way with you... which I don't this the baby is...

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  • I don't know what state or country you're in, but it's worth a talk with a lawyer, just to be sure.

  • They cannot discriminate against your profession, if that's what you are asking.

  • Stripping is legitimate work so long as it's legal (I don't know of a state where it's not) and you're paying taxes. I don't think your profession alone would be cause for you to lose custody.