A Quebec Superior Court has ordered a man to pay child support to his ex-wife even though genetic testing has shown that three of her four children are not his. The man, who wasn't named in press accounts, demanded the testing when the couple separated in 2010. The tests showed their three daughters were not fathered him him. Only their son was his.
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