Another lawsuit was filed last month by Elizabeth Cook, a Los Angeles woman who met Colby in 2006 at a function for a California school their children attended.
A single mother with two children, she says in court papers that she dodged his initial advances but relented under a bombardment of calls, texts and e-mails, many of them containing sexually explicit propositions.
She says she soon broke her lease at his urging, with plans to move into his Lake Sherwood home. She says she stopped searching for ways to afford the brain surgery her severely epileptic 6-year-old son needed after Colby promised to pay. Then, she says, she got pregnant, and the text messages abruptly changed tone.
"ABORT!!" Colby allegedly told her in flurry of text messages included in the lawsuit. "Get rid of it. Have an abortion and we can be together."
(Her attorney would not comment on the case. According to court papers, Cook was still pregnant as of Dec. 31.)
Friday, January 25, 2008
That was one of the text messages wannabe casanova David Colby, former CFO of "health insurance giant WellPoint Inc. ," allegedly sent to one of his girlfriends after he impregnated her.