I left my ex , he has five kids four with me , he denied being the dad to his oldest son with someone else now he says at the last moment that he's greatful for her.. she has 5 kids herself all different dads.. he has multiple x girlfriends he wants back with time n time again , gets a new one. back n forth i also been though breakups then want me back.. this time its over I'm happy i left! but is their words to discredit his actions? he also denied being the dad to my kids one at a time now he wants to be a dad to his oldest and fight me for custody of our daughters but denies our son. our youngest he wants nothing to do with him... considering he developed a hard on while playing with our oldest daughter , i question him he state's because he needed to pee.. in the afternoon while ur playing with your daughter? And the fact i cought him doing awful things with a dog !!! now he's a sex deviate i know that but what else? i have court soon , its hard to explain without going into detail.. having enough to explain i don't want to sit there and over do it please help and thank u... by the way he has the tendencies to have x girlfriends to help him in court just like bad Cyrus... just thinking about it stressful
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Perhaps he is of the opinion that by disclaiming some of his kids, his financial obligation in support of them will be minimized. In brief, he is attempting to reduce his child support payments. But, as the anonymous user implied, DNA testing can expose the truth.
With regard to him being aroused by your daughter and his actions with an animal, it's definitely a cause for concern. Did you not report your suspicions to the authorities when it occurred? Did you allow him to continue to interact with you daughter? These are questions you may be asked by the court if you bring forth such allegations against him.
And if your answers are not satisfactory to the judge, the allegations may work against you as well. In which case, your kids could be placed in the custody of the courts or foster care.
Nonetheless, stick to the facts during the court process. Whatever they may be or no matter how awful they may seem. Therefor, there is no need to character assassinate your ex or/and over do it. His lies, excuses, and lack of stability will reveal his poor character in court more than you will.0