Our expert says:
Clearly, he's not merely cheating ( and we really don't know whether he was faithful before your pregnancy, only that you did not know of any infidelity then - he sounds like he is into this in a big way, and telling elaborate lies to try to cover up. Go to the Maintenance Court and get a court order forcing him to at least financially support his child. That will be of use to your child, and will perhaps make him think twice before doing this again, and causing more problems for other women and children.
I don't think this will adversely affect your baby in the future - the child is lucky to have a very loving mother. And do consider seeing a counselor to help you cope with this - you have lost a fiancee you trusted, and have lost the happy future together you very reasonably expected. To experience some grief after those losses is very normal, and you will be able to work through this.
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