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If you are asking if there is some law that makes it a crime to lie about it, then no, there is no such law or statute. The parties engaging in sexual relations are voluntarily assuming the risk of pregnancy if they don't take adequate precautions for themselves to ensure that no unexpected events occur.
And no, damaging the condom to try to ensure a pregnancy occurs wouldn't be illegal either. If the female wanted to ensure that she didn't become pregnant, then she would need to make sure that alternate birth control methods were used rather than relying on the male.