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Topic - Jaleesa Martin
the boy's mother, Jaleesa Martin, said in an ABC report that she's appealing the forced name change and, in the meantime, will not quit calling him Messiah.
"I never intended on that, naming my son Messiah because it means God," she said, to WBIR-YV. "And I didn't think a judge could make me change my baby's name because of her religious beliefs."