- Odartey Lamptey has another chance to sue his ex-wife
- According to the law Vanboven Swans Essien, the ex-footballer at liberty to sue the ex-wife for "misattributed paternity
- On Monday, Odartey Lamptey won a court case against his ex-wife
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Former Ghanaian international, Odartey Lamptey, could decide to take his ex-wife, Gloria Appiah, to court again, law lecturer Vanboven Swans Essien has intimated.
In a report seen by YEN.com.gh, the law lecturer said, Odartey Lamptey has the opportunity to sue his ex-wife for more damages.
According to the senior lecturer at the Faculty of Law, University of Cape Coast, Lamptey is at liberty to sue the ex-wife for "misattributed paternity."
The law lecturer statement came on the heels of the Court of Appeal's judgment on Monday, July 13, 2020, which regarding ownership of the 7-bedroom mansion at East Legon which went in favour of Odartey Lamptey.
The Court dismissed an appeal filed by Odartey Lamptey's ex-wife to occupy the footballer’s 7-bedroom house in East Legon as she wanted it as part of her recompense after their failed marriage in 2013.
Results of an undercover Deoxyribonucleic Acid (DNA) test revealed that Odartey Lamptey never fathered any of ‘his’ three children.
He became the subject of discussion worldwide when it came to the fore that all three children he fathered with his ex-wife were not actually his.
He confessed to how he nearly committed suicide over the matter because he found it disgraceful.
Even after she was caught, Odartey’s ex-wife defended her actions claiming that the ex-footballer was sterile and could not father a child.
The former Aston Villa goal poacher now has three beautiful children with his new wife, Ruweida Lamptey
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