Our expert says:
leaving aside his disgraceful behaviour and the lousy way he has treated you, many people would argue that none the less, it might be a good idea for you to maintain the moral high-ground and provide him with the information, while making it politely clear that you are disgusted by the way that he treated you, and that you have no further wish to ever see him again. it is fair for him to know, as he was the biological father.
As usual, our readers are wise. As aul says, be wary if he changes his tune on learning of the loss of the baby ; and as Andrew says, maybe wait a little, until you have more fully come to terms with the loss, before talking to him --- if he isn'[t concerned enough to be communicating with you at a time like this, there's no need to hurry to inform him before you're feeling more comfortable.
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