- Justin Fleurs decided to make sure the little two-year-old girl he had been taking care of since birth was his
- After paying almost R2k for a paternity test, he discovered she was not his
- However, Fleurs said his one night stand continues to talk bad about him, telling others he is a 'junk father'
The Daily Voice reported the 22-year-old from Heideveld was wanted for child support when he decided he would check if the child, who has his surname, was actually his.
The paternity test proved he was not the little girl's dad, but despite this his one night stand, 22-year-old Jesmine Johannes, continues her smear campaign against him.
Briefly.co.za learned Johannes is reportedly telling everyone Fleurs is a “junk father, who refuses to take care of his daughter”.
Fleurs said he and Johannes had a one night stand, and after she told him she was pregnant he agreed to take care of their child.
However, the call centre worker added she would keep his daughter away from him when she felt like it and she would use his as an ATM.
Fleurs said he asked Johannes to do a paternity test last year October and she agreed. He added the procedure cost him R1800 and they received the results in April 2018, which proved without a doubt he was not the little girl's dad.
“I was heartbroken, but felt angry and used. I asked her to remove my surname off the birth certificate and stop telling lies about me," he said.
As for Johannes, she said she knew Fleurs was not her daughter's dad and she has been in contact with the biological father. She added she was busy changing her daughter's surname.
When asked why she lied about who her child's father was, she said she could not give a reason for her choice but she is busy sorting it out.
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