Paraguay’s ex-bishop president faces 3rd paternity suit
Catholic World News - November 06, 2009
Paraguayan President Fernando Armindo Lugo Méndez, a former bishop, is facing his third paternity suit. A 40-year-old campaign worker claims that the president fathered her two-year-old boy.
DNA tests confirmed that the president fathered the child of the first woman to file a paternity suit, and last August, the president spent a day with his son.
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