New Jersey Mother has toddler twins. The twins’ putative (believed) Father is not in the picture.
Mother files a family court case for child support. To prove the identity of the Father, Mother is ordered to have the twins undergo a DNA Paternity Test.
And the DNA Paternity Test reports that one of the twins is the biological offspring of the putative Father … but not the other twin!
This may sound astonishing. But it is actually a recognized phenonomenon that occurs in a significant minority of pregancies, where the Mother has two or more sexual partners within five days of each other.
Read more in this Yahoo Parenting article: How Can Twins Have Two Different Fathers?