*What are the chances of a woman giving birth to a pair of twins by two different fathers, you may ask? According to an article published in 1997 by a DNA expert, one in 13,000.
This is now the reality of one woman, who admittedly had intercourse with two men within the same week. Now a judge has ruled that the New Jersey father she named in the paternity suit, is only responsible for paying child support for one of the twins.
This, after a DNA test showed him to be the father.
The father of the other child has not been identified.
The judge acknowledged the unusual circumstances of the case in a ruling this week.
“This is a case of first impression in New Jersey and only a handful of reported cases exist nationwide,” Superior Court Judge Sohail Mohammed said in his ruling.
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