Former Ghanaian international football star, Nii Odartey Lamptey has revealed to Adakabre Frimpong Manso on NEAT FM that he thought his three daughters were his biological children until a DNA test proved otherwise.
“…I thought they were my children but upon a DNA test, I got know that are not biological children,” the former Aston Villa star disclosed.
“The issue is in court so I’m pleading, because it is a legal issue I don’t want to go through so many things, but I am 100% sure that the children are not mine after 20-years.
“We had five children but two passed away so it is left with only 3,” he confirmed to NEAT FM.
Further reports reaching NEAT FM also indicates that the ex-footballer’s wife called Gloria is now claiming that Odartey Lamptey is sterile and that it was her husband who opted for an artificial insemination.
Meanwhile, a suit for divorce has been filed by Gloria according to the current assistant manager of Sekondi Wise Fighters, Nii Odartey Lamptey.
He was hailed as the new Pelé and age limit rules in Belgium were changed to allow him to debut at the age of 16 for Anderlecht. Lamptey signed his first contract at Anderlecht when he was 16, becoming the youngest-ever player to play in the Belgian league.