For 21 years Richard Mason, a British millionaire, believed the three sons his wife birthed were his.
But he only recently found out many years later that he had a medical condition that made it impossible for him to have kids.
Richard Mason learned that his ex-wife Kate, had lied about the paternity of their children when doctors told him in 2016 he had been infertile since birth.
Mason had a very rare condition in his reproductive area which meant that he could not produce what was necessary to fertilise a woman's eggs.
But unfortunately, Mason only found out about his wife's deceit after they had gotten divorced. In that settlement, the millionaire had parted with £4 million or GHC 25 million.
He is currently fighting legally to get back the divorce settlement he paid her.
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Mason's former wife Kate only confessed to an illicit relationship in 2016 when Richard Mason confronted her. It was a whole 10 years after they had divorced
Mason is diagnosed with what doctors call cystic fibrosis. He was told he could not father children naturally unless aided by reproductive health technology.
Legal documents reveal Mrs Mason declared a sudden interest in Judaism when she first fell pregnant. She also insisted all three children have Jewish middle names, something Mr Mason now believes is a clue to the identity of the real father.
A court in the UK is still deciding whether Richard Mason has the right to the alimony he paid to Kate.
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