What do you think about a woman (in this case the mother and father were married) who knew that there was a 50/50 chance that the child she was carrying was not her husbands? The woman even went so far as warning the husband that the baby would probably be dark with curly hair because that ran on her side of the family. Of course, the husband believed the baby was his because he had no inkling his wife had been having an affair. Later on, when they had divorced and he remarried his new wife looked at the girls pictures as she was growing up and she told the father that she didnt think the little girl was his. The child was about 9 at the time. He got a DNA test and it proved he wasnt however because they were married and he was on the BC, he is being forced to pay child support. Personally I think this is awful. A mother who deliberately tells a father that he is the father and then later it is proved he isnt, should be convicted of fraud. Especially if she well knew the child could possibly not be the father. This hits home with me because ... well you know. Actually even the mouse doesnt look like her father. There are only two things that make her look like my family. She has completely straight hair and it looks just like her uncle's did when he was little and she has what we call a horned toenail that runs in our family on both sides. Guess who doesnt have that toe? But that child looks a lot like her father at her age. They both have the same chin and she has my eyes. People used to think - and still do - that she is hubby and my child. His hair and my eyes. This is such a hot topic. I have known other cases like this too and when I worked for social services I charged several women for getting welfare after naming someone else. That seems confusing when the courts say a man has to be the father if he has acknowledged the child. It seems that now a father should have a DNA test even when they are married these days.