World Cup Cameroon Player Kicks Out Wife After DNA Says Twins Not His


Geremi Njitap has divorced his wife of 12 years.

He reportedly sent his wife packing after allegedly finding out he fathered twins that were never his during their 12 years of marriage.

The former Cameroonian footballer, known for his stellar career with Chelsea, has made the headlines, this time for some shocking details about his personal life.

The 45-year-old former Blues right back has sparked controversy over his recent divorce filing against his wife of 12 years, Toukam Fotso Laure Verline.

The couple’s union, once seen as a symbol of love and stability, has reportedly crumbled under the weight of startling revelations that have sent shockwaves through the Cameroonian media landscape.

In a bombshell revelation detailed in court documents obtained exclusively by Cameroon News Agency and as reported by Mimimemofo Infos, Njitap alleges a series of disturbing events that have led to the demise of his marriage to Toukam Fotso Laurie Verline, the daughter of the late Cameroonian billionaire, Fotso Victor.

Among the most shocking claims is Njitap’s assertion that the twins the couple welcomed in 2008 are not biologically his, as previously believed.

Instead, Geremi alleges that a DNA test revealed that the twins are the offspring of his wife’s previous partner, a revelation that has stunned fans and followers alike.

Geremi Njitap had allegedly been living a lie for the past 12 years.

According to court documents obtained by the aforementioned outlet, Toukam Fotso Laure carried out an alleged deceit regarding the paternity of their twin children.

A DNA test reportedly proved Geremi Njitap is not the biological father of his wife’s twins
Born on June 5, 2008, four years before their marriage, Toukam presented the twins as her own, allegedly misleading Njitap into believing they were his biological offspring.

But the drama doesn’t end there.

In the documents obtained from aforementioned outlet, Njitap paints a picture of marital discord, citing his wife’s alleged rejection of sexual intimacy as a major point of contention in their relationship.

Furthermore, the former Indomitable Lion alleges verbal mistreatment at the hands of his spouse, claiming that he has been subjected to insults and derogatory language in front of their children.

The divorce papers say that he had endured a series of verbal abuse from his wife during their 12 years of marriage.

These explosive allegations have cast a shadow over what was once perceived as a picture-perfect marriage.

Additionally and fundamentally, a DNA test reportedly proved Geremi Njitap wds not the biological father of his wife’s twins.

During his playing days, Geremi Njitap was known for his versatility, being able to play at right back, right midfield or defensive midfielder.

The former Cameroon midfielder was also for his power, pace, combative style and free-kick ability.

The most successful periods of Geremi’s club career came at Real Madrid and Chelsea, winning the UEFA Champions League with the first and domestic honours with the latter.

Njitap also played for Newcastle United and Turkish club Gençlerbirliği before his retirement in January 2011.

He was a member of their squad for seven Africa Cup of Nations tournaments, winning in 2000and 2002, as well as the World Cup in 2002 and 2010 and a gold medal at the 2000 Olympics.


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