British Business Man Devastated After He discovers 3-sons he’s raised for 21 years were never his Biological Children

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Richard Mason,  the co-founder  of MoneySupermarket.com has been left devastated after finding out the three boys he spent cash and emotions raising were never his biological sons following  medical diagnosed with cystic fibrosis, Daily Mail reports.


The millionaire  and devoted dad  is repoted to have discovered the three sons he had raised for more than 20 years were not his when doctors told him he had been infertile since birth.

Now Richard Mason’s ex-wife has been ordered to pay him £250,000 to him but is allowed her to keep the identity of the real father a secret.

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Mr Mason had no idea he wasn’t the boys’ biological dad until two years ago when he was diagnosed with cystic fibrosis.


The inherited disease prevents male sufferers from fathering children naturally and DNA tests confirmed beyond doubt that he had no biological link to his eldest son, now 23, and his 19-year-old  twins.

According to reports, same man fathered all three boys during an on/off four-year affair his wife Kate, 54, embarked on in the late 1990s.

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But she only confessed to the adultery  in 2016, ten years on from their divorce, when he confronted her about the children’s paternity.


It is not known if  Mrs Mason’s former lover is aware he is the real father.

The case, reported in the Mail on Sunday today, came to light when Mr Mason launched a legal bid to claw back some of the £4 million divorce settlement his wife received, as well as suing her for paternity fraud.

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As a result, two of the boys have since broken off contact with him.


The-55-year-old said that discovering the boys were not his own left his life in pieces and traumatized that at some point he was contemplating suicide after DNA tests revealed the the 19-year-old university student twins were not his sons.


“You don’t know what’s real and what isn’t – it’s as if I’m living in The Matrix,” he said.


His solicitor Roger Terrell said: “We understand that it’s a legal first because there has never been a divorce financial settlement set aside in such emotive circumstances.”

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