A father from Virginia paid the final child support payment by dumping 80,000 pennies on ex-wife’s lawn

A Virginia dad made his last child support installment last month by unloading 80,000 pennies on his ex-wife’s front lawn in Virginia.

The man, whose identity is still secret, is found in a security camera video parking in front of the Glen Allen home with a trailer prior to unloading pennies, which amount to $800 he owed in child support for his alienated 18-year old girl, Avery Sanford.

Source: WTVR

In the video by security camera caught on May 21, a lady can be heard asking: ‘What are you dropping in my yard?’

The man then, at that point reacts: ‘It’s your last child support payment.’

He then, at that point moves into the van and drives away before the lady, who likewise has not been recognized, says, ‘Are you serious?’

Sanford was in school at Deep Run High School, where she’s a senior, during her dad’s visit. She was not interested.

Source: WTVR

According to WTVR Sanford said: ‘It’s not just my mom he’s trying to embarrass, it’s also me and my sister and it’s upsetting that he didn’t consider that before he did that,’

She continued: ‘It’s really hurtful and damaging to your kids when you do things like that. It doesn’t matter if they’re young or an adult, the actions of your parents will always have some effect on you.’

Sanford is preparing for graduation and going to Virginia Tech in the fall. Her mom detailed the episode to Henrico Police and Lt. Matt Pecka revealed to The Washington Post that an officer responded to ‘a domestic-related incident.’

Source: WTVR

The officers discovered the pennies before the house and Sanford’s mom said her ex was to blame. She didn’t file criminal charges.

Sanford said she had not addressed her dad in years and has no interest in having a relationship with somebody who might disregard her mom like that.

Source: WTVR

Yet, she reacted to the occurrence by showing proactive kindness. She and her mom, with assistance from certain companions, utilized a snow digging tool to scoop up all the pennies before exchanging them for $800. Then, at that point, they gave the cash to nearby domestic violence shelter Safe Harbour.


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