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Attention Chris Brook- Journalist.
RE – Cuckolded millionaire sues the ex-wife who told him: You are not our children’s father
Your story about Cuckolded Father ( paternity fraud) story is all too familiar except in Australia a Judge from the High Court of Australia has a past almost identical to your story. Her name is Justice Susan Crennan’s and her previous spouse was in the same position as this millionaire man in your story. Susan Crennan sat on the Land Mark “MAGILL” paternity fraud case in 2006 knowing she had a GLARING conflict of interest. Want verification from reliable and credible professional people ? Just call or email me.
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Cuckolded millionaire sues the ex-wife who told him: You are not our children’s father
By Chris Brooke
Last updated at 9:29 AM on 27th August 2009
A millionaire is suing his ex-wife for damages after discovering that two of their three children were fathered by another man.
The 48-year-old issued a High Court writ against his former wife and her lover for conspiring to trick him into believing he was the natural father.
He is demanding compensation for the total cost of bringing up the son and daughter, now 16 and 13, and is believed to be claiming more than £300,000.
The lover and millionaire: This man (left) fathered two children with the tycoon’s (right) wife. They are not being identified to protect the children
The shocked businessman, who is the natural father of the eldest child from the marriage, made the legal claim after being prevented from seeing the two other children and being informed of DNA test results proving they are not his.
He split up from his cheating wife shortly after she confessed to the long running affair with her married lover in 1997. Both couples divorced.
The wife, now 46, ended up marrying her lover and in a further bizarre twist, the businessman wed the children’s nanny and they have since had two sons.
He had always believed the two teenage children were his but discovered the truth in a letter from his ex-wife’s solicitor in August 2006.
Full details of the extraordinary saga involving two wealthy West Yorkshire families are detailed in the 15-page writ. The Daily Mail is not identifying the parties to protect the children.
Both men involved owned their own firms. Mr P – who is making the claim – used Mr W’s firm for printing services and they knew each other socially.
The details were revealed in a High Court writ
Mr and Mrs P married in 1986 and had a son three years later. Mrs P then began her affair with Mr W, the writ states.
In 1993 and 1996 Mrs P gave birth again. Her husband was told he was the father and registered as such.
On both occasions she carried out pregnancy tests in front of him and announced he was going to be a father again.
Before both births, Mrs P discussed her pregnancy with her lover and told him he was the father. But they agreed to keep the truth secret.
According to the writ, the lovers ‘were involved in a joint enterprise to deceive’ the husband regarding the children’s paternity and to ‘induce’ him to accept ‘paternal and financial responsibility’.
To make matters even more complicated, Mr W had also been having an affair with an employee and this other lover gave birth to a child in 1993, three months before the elder of the two contested children was born. Indeed the uncanny resemblance between this love child and his daughter by Mrs P was noticed by employees at his printing firm when the latter baby was used to model knitwear.
Mr W allegedly admitted to an employee that it was his daughter and the gossip was passed on, but no one spoke out for fear of being sacked.
Mr P revealed details of a conversation he had with Mr W at a New Year’s Eve party in 1994.
Mr W asked him if he and his wife intended to have more children and asked him where his son got his curly hair from as they both had straight hair.
He also sent a card and flowers to Mr and Mrs P following their youngest child’s birth. Matters came to a head in the summer of 1997 – a year after Mrs P gave birth to her daughter.
During a holiday in the South of France she told her husband she had been having an affair. When he asked as a ‘knee-jerk’ reaction whether he was the girl’s father, she replied that he was.
After parting, the couple lived in separate large homes close by and shared custody of the three children, each having them alternately for four consecutive days.
That arrangement continued until July 2006 when the now-remarried Mrs P told her former husband he could no longer see the two younger children.
DNA tests had confirmed that he was not the father and she informed him of the results weeks later.
‘The letter was a bombshell and the claimant was in shock,’ stated the writ. It said the letter caused him severe and continuing distress.
Mr P is claiming damages for deceit, interest and costs. He, his ex-wife and her husband have all refused to comment.