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Pursuing My Ex-Wife Isn’t Easy chapter 1761

Pursuing My Ex-Wife Isn’t Easy chapter 1761

Luna looked around in the archives of Central Hospital but did not find the files on Heather having a child there back then.

Luna asked the staff there once again. They told her that there was only one archive room in the hospital. If there was a file on Heather, it would definitely be there.

In the end, after the second round of futile searching, Luna gave up. Leaving the archives, the more Luna thought, the more she felt that Gwen was right.

Logically speaking, the information on Heather giving birth should be in the archives. If it was not there, someone must have taken it.

If there was nothing fishy going on with Heather giving birth, that what they said about Heather smoothly birthing Riley was true, then why did they take away the files on her operation in the hospital back then?

Luna returned to Gwen’s ward filled with confusion. She told Gwen about the missing files when at that moment, Lucas frantically rushed in from outside.

“Ma’am, something has happened! I was about to head out to buy some food for Ms. Gwen upon the doctor’s orders when I bumped into Heather Landry!”

Luna was already looking for Heather’s file in the hospital and was telling Gwen about the missing file at that moment, so when she heard Heather’s name being mentioned, Luna naturally thought that Heather was also there for the files.

She creased her brows. “Heather? Is she-“.

“Something has happened to Heather,” Lucas interrupted Luna, stuttering as he did because h e had run too anxiously prior.

“I saw her being pushed into the emergency room covered in blood. It seems like she met with a serious accident!”

Luna’s eyes widened suddenly upon Lucas’ words.

“She met with an accident?”

“Yes!” Lucas nodded. “She might not survive…”

Luna felt as if something exploded in her mind. Why did Heather suddenly meet in an accident?

Luna bit her lip, pushed Lucas to the side, and rushed out of the ward toward the emergency room. She was just suspecting that Heather’s Riley has relations with her children. Heather must not die!

Not before she found out about Riley’s identity, at least.

At this moment, the doctor that Heather had bribed into ‘delivering’ her baby entered the room.

She recognized Luna immediately, and alarm bells sounded in her head.

After coming out of the filing room, she quickly called Heather. “I just ran into Luna in the hospital’s filing room.”

Heather’s entire body stiffened when she heard this.

How did Luna manage to suspect her so quickly?

After hanging up the phone, Heather paced around her room anxiously.

Even though she had already bribed all the doctors and nurses that had been in the operation room with her, she was worried that one of them would crack if Luna were to offer them more money…

If that happened, the consequences would be dire!

Most importantly, the DNA report-one that would prove Riley, Joshua, and Luna as blood related-she had sent to be forged had not arrived yet!

Heather suddenly came to when she recalled this.

The DNA report!

The most urgent thing was to get her hands on the fake DNA report as soon as possible.

As long as she had the report, she would be able to use it to threaten Luna if she were to find out the truth.

Heather had already planned to use Riley to threaten Luna and Joshua, but Malcolm had prevented her from doing so, claiming that the timing was not right yet.

However, since Luna was starting to investigate her involvement in this, it was now or never!

As soon as she thought of this, Heather got into her car and zoomed toward the DNA Diagnostic Center as she contacted them.

The process of acquiring the DNA report was surprisingly breezy.

Even though the hair and nail sample she had sent into the lab was labeled with Riley’s name, i t actually belonged to Nellie, who was all the way in Banyan City.

Heather’s men had been ambushing in Nellie’s kindergarten for more than a month just to obtain these samples.

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