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He has requested DNA paternity testing but said he would help Ms Suleman raise the children whatever the results.
ABC said Ms Suleman had denied Mr Beaudoin was the father but had agreed to paternity tests being carried out.
Mr Beaudoin told ABC's Good Morning America that Ms Suleman had asked him to donate sperm as she had ovarian cancer and was unable to have children.
He said he thought her request was "out of the ordinary" but that he had agreed as he "cared about her so much".
Mr Beaudoin said he was "shocked and surprised" when he heard that Ms Suleman had given birth on 26 January and that he did not believe her denials that he was the father.
"It just seems like a lot of her statements that she's made have been really inaccurate," he said.