Polygamist dating rules

The FLDS Church which believes in Polygamy, and is in legal battles with several former male members of the church over property rights and custody custody of their wives and children after they were kicked out of the church.

(Photo by George Frey/Getty Images)SAN ANGELO, TX - APRIL 9: (TABLOIDS OUT; UTAH MEDIA-SOME RESTRICTIONS APPLY) (R-L) Richard Wright, Willie Jessop, and an unidentified man leave the Tom Green County Courthouse after attorneys for the FLDS church presented their case April 9, 2008 in San Angelo, Texas. Some 416 children were removed from the polygamous sect's West Texas ranch by officials last week after allegations of abuse were reported.

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(Photo by Khampha Bouaphanh/Fort Worth Star-Telegram/MCT via Getty Images)CENTENNIAL PARK, ARIZONA, USA - FEBRUARY, 2008: Some of Ray Timpson's children playing in the garden of the house they share with their very large family consisting of one father, six mothers and 41 children.

The Centennial Park group split from a group led by infamous jailed polygamist Warren Jeffs in the 1980s because of doctrinal differences.

The FLDS Church believes in Polygamy, and is in legal battles with several former male members of the church over property rights and custody custody of their wives and children after they were kicked out of the church.

(Photo by George Frey/Getty Images) According to the court documents, Charlene Jeffs' -- the estranged sister-in-law of Warren -- claims that "a seed bearer is an elect man of a worthy bloodline chosen by the Priesthood to impregnate the FLDS women." "FLDS men are no longer permitted to have children with their multiple wives.

Jeffs was wanted in Utah and Arizona on charges linked to allegations of arranging marriages between men and underage girls.

(Handout by Federal Bureau of Investigation via Getty Images)Women and children from the YFZ Ranch, the compound built by polygamist leader Warren Jeffs, are moved by bus to San Angelo, Texas, on Sunday, April 6, 2008.

The Salt Lake Tribune is reporting on new court documents that emerged recently, alleging the church has created a group of followers considered "seed bearers."SEE ALSO: Mother sees dead grandfather kissing unborn baby in 4D ultrasound The Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints gained worldwide attention years ago when authorities raided a Texas compound and eventually arrested church leader Warren Jeffs.

Jeffs has since been convicted of "sexual assault" and "aggravated sexual assault" and was sentenced to life in prison plus 20 years.

(Photo by Stephan Gladieu/Getty Images)UNDATED - UNSPECIFIED: In this handout provided by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), polygamist Warren Steed Jeffs is pictured on a FBI Ten Most Wanted poster.

Jeffs, the fugitive leader of a polygamist Mormon sect, was arrested by a Nevada Highway Patrol trooper on August 28 during a traffic stop.

The children were placed in temporary custody of the state.

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