DNA examinations sustain the accusation. However doctor has pleaded not guilty. He allegedly admitted to utilizing his sperm whenever a donor wasn’t available. When asked how many times he donated his genetic material, Cline replied, “around 50 times.” He declared that he “felt that he was helping women because they really wanted a baby. The doctor allegedly claimed the medical records were destroyed long ago, since the law requires records to only be kept for seven years.” If convicted on both counts, Cline would face a maximum five years in prison. The Marion County prosecutor’s office began investigating Cline after four siblings filed complaints against him with the Indiana attorney general in December 2014.