Rielle Hunter Demanding Paternity Testing

Previously Rielle Hunter did not want a paternity test, but The National Enquirer reports that she is now demanding one. Perhaps she is afraid that the under the table payments to her will dry up as Edwards’ finances are probed.

John Edwards’ furious mistress is demanding he submit to a DNA test, The ENQUIRER has learned exclusively!

Rielle Hunter – the longtime secret lover of the disgraced 2-time presidential candidate – wants definitive proof that Edwards is the father of her 14-month-old love child Frances and is working with a lawyer to take legal action, say sources…

“Rielle – probably naively – now realizes she had held onto a false promise that if she continued to take part in the cover-up John had engineered, they’d be together in the future,” a close source told The ENQUIRER.

“She was willing to protect John for the sake of the child. She agreed to allow a crony of his to claim he was the baby’s father, and she even kept the name of the father blank on the birth certificate.

“But now she can see there’s never going to be a future with John – and she feels he’s lied about his promise to keep Elizabeth from trashing her in the book,” the insider divulged.

“Rielle is so infuriated by his and Elizabeth’s actions that she’s throwing her loyalty to him out of the window!”

The source added: “Rielle wants the paternity of her daughter Frances finally established. It could ruin John for good because even after admitting the affair, he vehemently denied being the father!”

DNA testing would be the best way to determine this but, if Edwards is able to prevent this from being done, I previously suggested an almost fool-proof way to determine if the girl is his daughter.

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    Melodie says:

    DNA testing is easy and a very simple process. It is just a swab of the inside of the cheek. It only takes a few minutes and with technology constantly improving, the testing keeps getting more and more inexpensive. Stay away from the do-it-yourself kits you can perform at home and send in. There is too much risk on mixing the dna on the swab if not collected in a sterile facility by a person trained to collect and wearing gloves. Dont forget, if you need it to stand up in court for any reason, custody or child support, make sure to tell them you need a chain of custody paternity test. That is the only one that will stand up in court. The ads you see online that offer test you can do at home and they will stand up in court are false. IT WILL NOT STAND UP IN COURT IF DONE AT HOME! And, of course, make sure the lab is certified!

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