Jeff is a well-known money manager, business owner, and candidate for the Texas House. He was an infantryman in the United States Army. He also worked in the United States Marine Corps as an infantry assault man. He works for companies that run oil processing plants and oil pipelines. Anne Georgulas was his wife. He got a divorce from her in 2014, but they are still fighting about their son.
Jeff Younger’s petition for writ of mandamus was turned down by the Texas Supreme Court on Friday. The case involved twin boys, one of whom was confused about his gender, according to an opinion that agreed with the decision to turn down the petition.
Anne Georgulas, Younger’s ex-wife, is a pediatrician. She recently moved to California after a district court said she could live with the kids anywhere in the continental United States. According to the opinion written by Justice James Blacklock, Younger is worried that moving to California will cause his son’s health to change.
Who Is Jeff Younger’s Wife?
Dr. Anne Georgulas is Younger’s ex-wife. She is a pediatrician. On December 5, 2010, Dr. Georgulas and her husband, Jeff Younger, a mathematician, tied the knot. In 2012, the couple had two boys who were twins. Jude and James Younger are their names. In 2014, she broke up their marriage. But James had trouble because of his sexuality.
She is also an assistant professor of pediatrics at the Children’s Medical Center. In addition, she teaches the doctors of the future. Her students learned about the child’s environment and growth. However, her professional Facebook page has been deleted at this time. She is also certified by the American Board of Pediatrics as a pediatrician.
Anne Georgulas was born in 1980 and lives in Texas. She asked the court that her son James should be called Luna. Still, James was a boy when he was born.
Jeff Younger Opposed His Ex-Wife’s Efforts To Find Out The Gender Of Their Son, James
Younger said that the Texas Supreme Court is part of an “empire of child abuse” after the justices turned down his request to stop his ex-wife from using puberty blockers and cross-sex hormones on their son to chemically castrate him.
According to The Texan, Jeff Younger’s fight against his ex-wife to call their son James by the name Luna and encourage him to go through experimental medicalized gender transition has gotten him national attention. On Friday, he posted on Twitter that “the Supreme Court of Texas denied my Mandamus, effectively ending my parental rights.”
He also said, “My children could now be chemically castrated in California.” He ended by saying, “Texas is an empire of child abuse, and Texas judges are in charge.”
In denying Younger’s petition for mandamus, the justices wrote: “This pro se mandamus petition arises from a child custody dispute involving twin boys, one of whom has shown confusion about his gender. The mother has custody of the boys and just moved to California. In September 2022, a court in Dallas County, Texas, gave Mother permission to live with the boys anywhere in the continental United States.