Report claims Madonna will be granted Malawi Mercy adoption

June 9, 2009

(ChattahBox) — According to a new report, Madonna and her money lawyers have allegedly persuaded the courts in Malawi to allow the completion of her plans to adopt 4-year-old Chifundo “Mercy” James after all.  The adoption was blocked in March because a lower court ruled Madge had to live in the country for at least 18-months before she applied, but somehow judges have now changed their minds. Madge, 50, has campaigned for two years to gain legal custody of Mercy,  and today she was allegedly told by her attorney, Alan Chinula, that two of the East African nation’s three appeal Judges are fully in favor, and the third would soon fall in line with his colleagues resolve.

Supposedly, the official announcement will be made at the Court house on Sunday, but a court insider has confirmed the good news to the UK Sun saying: “The paperwork is being typed up now. All recommendations are in favor, and Mercy should start packing her bags – She’s off to America!”

The Material Mommy has been seriously keen for Mercy to be a sister for adopted son, David, who made the trip from Malawi in 2006.  As for the lady herself, a close friend told the press, “She’s ecstatic! She made a promise that she wouldn’t give up on Mercy, and she could move mountains when she’s this determined.”


One Response to “Report claims Madonna will be granted Malawi Mercy adoption”

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