Paternity Fraud: How do you tell your friend, "It's not your baby, Fool!"


Sounds like an unthinkable question, but for some it's reality! What do you do when you know a secret, such as paternity, that could have a rippling affect on others?

What about the child?

When is the right time to come clean with such a secret?

What advice do you have for someone going through this? Post your comments!


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Comment by browneyes on July 7, 2009 at 6:23pm
It is so sad when a woman dont know who her baby daddy is but, when our legal system take money from a man and dont prove he is the father by parternity, all they are doing is trying collect money from somebody and it dont matter who is as long as they money while this person is in the system.That's why people need to take a stand and have the law changed, not just to say it's wrong but actually do something about it. Because its not fair to the child or the man.
Comment by Camia on July 7, 2009 at 5:51pm
I think that no female should deny a man of his right to have a paternity test. If you know you were unfaithful in your relationship, humble yourself and either tell him that its possible that the child is not yours or get the paternity test. I heard on the radio when Candy was telling her situation. In my opinion, if she knows the child is his and thinks he is a dummy, then get the paternity test prove him wrong and then call him a dummy. To me thats just showing you have something to hide if you deny him the test. To me its you hiding that you may have had an affair and that baby may not be his and your trying to hold on to him.
Comment by Neti Brown on July 7, 2009 at 5:07pm
My friend is supposedly the father of two children that he is not sure of the paternity. The first child would have been born 6 weeks late in order for him to be the father. He’s uncertain about the second because the mother of the child passed a STD on to him. So the question is who did she get it from and when. The woman swears up and down she was with no one else but… He tried to get paternity tests done years ago, but the mother of the kids would not consent. He never established custody or visitation rights, just started paying child support. He paid child support for about 5 years then the mother of the kids got married and didn’t want anything to do with him. When she moved he lost contact with her and the kids. Now, 20 years later he has reestablished contact these two kids (which are now young adults) and he can finally get paternity tests done because the mother’s consent isn’t needed.
This is a sad situation because after going all their lives with no father, now they have someone to call “Dad” but he might not really be Dad, not to mention all of the other family members that are affected.
Comment by Maria P. on July 7, 2009 at 12:57pm
First of all you don't tell your fried Sh** concerning the parternity of their child unless you want to lose a friend. What if you are wrong?
Comment by kimberley on June 17, 2009 at 12:11am
I had a close friend she was like a sister she knew her child was not her husbands and still continued to keep the lie going anyway ..No matter how much i told her it was wrong she said the baby was better off not knowing his real dad which i felt was wrong on so many different levels....i think a child should know his mother or father no matter the consequences ....
Comment by Terri Jackson on June 16, 2009 at 11:59pm
You don't!
Comment by Vanessa J. Dorsey on June 16, 2009 at 11:36pm
Adults are playing too many games w/ this paternity issue. I can't imagine what my life would have been like had I not known who my father was. Growing up w/ my father has been a blessing. Don't deny your children the privledge of knowing their biological fathers especially the ones that are willing to step up to the plate to raise and support their children. "For Real though" ...lol
Comment by Vanessa J. Dorsey on June 16, 2009 at 11:34pm
Adults are playing too many games w/ this paternity issue. I can't imagine what my life would have been like had I not known who my father was. Growing up w/ my father has been a blessing. Don't deny your children the privledge of knowing their biological fathers especially the ones that are willing to step up to the plate to raise and support their children. "For Real though" ...lol
Comment by Ms. Jenkins on June 16, 2009 at 11:16pm
I believe that paternity should be established from birth. You can get a free paternity test at the hospital in GA where my family is from. I hope men learned from this show to get a paternity test done and I hope that woman have learned to just tell the truth about who their child's father is.
Comment by muLtiplying gRace on June 16, 2009 at 11:06pm
>>>Superstar*< you're absolutely right,,, it is about 'her', she's the one who should know for sure. unless she sleeps with ever Tom, D***, and Harry on the block,,,, so sad,,,,


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