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Kaizer Chiefs goalkeeper Emile Baron is not off the hook despite DNA test results showing that he did not father a child with a woman from Riverlea in Johannesburg.
Though Baron was this week exonerated by blood tests, Lee-Ann Garcia maintains that the goalie is the father.
"I told the court that I want a second test because I don't trust him. I suspect the results were tampered with," she said.
Garcia said she intended instructing a lawyer to take action.
In August Sowetan reported that the goalie was dragged to the Johannesburg maintenance court by Garcia, who accused him of dodging maintenance payments.
Garcia said this was because he was being henpecked by his new mother-in-law about his ex-lover and their 13-month-old daughter Erin.
The magistrate warned Baron that his mother-in-law should stop meddling in Garcia's affairs .
Baron ditched Garcia for a 19-year-old.
Garcia claimed Baron stopped paying maintenance the minute he met Cherry, who was his neighbour.