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By #MurrayShow - / Tuesday 27 February 2018 01:30 /
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By  Mynxie  |  26

Divorce her, found the real father, and dump them on him. Oh and make sure the cheating twit doesn't get a dime from you. Make the real dad pay for everything. Get out now.

By  Allie614032  |  31

I'm so sorry you had to find out this way. Did your wife really think that you'd believe the baby was yours once you saw him? Or maybe she was just hoping you were the father. Terrible situation for you.

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By  Mynxie  |  26

Divorce her, found the real father, and dump them on him. Oh and make sure the cheating twit doesn't get a dime from you. Make the real dad pay for everything. Get out now.

By  Rodville  |  26

Test first then dump. Depending on your family it may be yours. My cousin found out after he divorced his wife that our great great great grandmother was black.

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  thejimhawkins  |  11

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By  Allie614032  |  31

I'm so sorry you had to find out this way. Did your wife really think that you'd believe the baby was yours once you saw him? Or maybe she was just hoping you were the father. Terrible situation for you.

By  Hellblazer_Sith  |  23

It can happen that two white parents give birth to a black baby. There has been documented cases of it. I would get a DNA test first before walking away. This can skip so many generations.

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  Mortimer14  |  8

https://www.theguardian.com/theguardian/2003/mar/17/features11.g2

https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/ampp3d/how-white-baby-can-born-4145688

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WpblcdxKc28

Less than two minutes on google. There are hundreds more.

By  Amy78_fml  |  4

You should dna test first. My father is dark skinned with blue eyes. His parents are white with alot of his family having blond hair and blue eyes. None of my father's children or grandchildren inherited his skin color either.

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  Mynxie  |  26

Dark skin and black are two completely different things. A cousin of my bf looks like he would be Italian with his dark skin but his parents are white. But he is still white. Black and dark skinned are not the same. Dark skin most times means tanned. Again, huge difference.

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  honestjane  |  19

In some states it is automatically assumed that a child born in wedlock is the husband's. Unless the real father steps forward OP is going to be paying child support if they split.

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