She is now 21 years old and since 2019, she hopes to be recognized by Samuel Eto'o Fils. Erika, the alleged daughter of the former Real Madrid player, is asking the court that seized her paternity claim to render a judgment on the case filed in court two years ago. LFernando Osuna, his lawyer, believes that he has presented enough evidence for the Tribunal to status, even without the presence of the Cameroonian's DNA, which refuses to comply with the injunction of justice.
Erika begs the court that is applying for paternity to rule now. She feels that the process is taking too long and her financial situation is very precarious. If the judge had imposed the payment of alimony of 1400 euros per month, Samuel Eto'o would never have respected this injunction. His lawyer explains that the former athlete continually disobeyed the court's request to submit to paternity tests.
Osuna says he has "presented enough evidence that a sentence can be handed down even without this man's DNA. The trial took place in 2019 and we hope that the final sentence will be known as soon as possible."