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I have been unable to locate any case on point which specifically states that prostitution constitutes grounds for opening and vacating a paternity acknowledgement in the event that DNA testing reveals the presumed father is not the biological father.
However, both the statute and case law (the Cardono case) requires a showing of fraud to invalidate a prior acknowledgment (after 60 days).
I searched outside cases (which may be considered by the court in Connecticut but is not binding precedence as in state case law is) and a 2017 case (so I can't link you to it because it is too new to be widely available but you can try googling it by typing In Re Tanika H v. Travaris M. (New York)- this case discussed whether a oresumed father could challenge paternity after the respective timeframe and the court held that since the presumed father was aware of an additional relationship (the mother expressly told him before the child was born) the presumed father could not later challenge paternity.
In contrast, that leaves open the issue that if the mother fails to disclose such relevant information and later admits it that may be a fraud upon the court.
Here is the judicial guidebook used by the judge and you will see the matter is not specifically addressed:
But the above case should be helpful in establishing non disclosure as a basis to contend fraud.
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