Anthony Scaramucci no longer needs proof that he is the father of his estranged wife’s baby.
The Mooch, 53, and Deidre Ball, 38, showed up to divorce court Tuesday where he dropped his bid to contest the paternity of his son, according to Page Six.
The estranged couple arrived at court in Mineola, New York where they are hashing out the details of their divorce.
Anthony Scaramucci (pictured last week) dropped his request to test the paternity of the baby boy his wife Deidre Ball (pictured in July) gave birth to during his brief tenure at the White House
Sources told the New York Post’s gossip section the Mooch thought his wife could have gotten his wife pregnant by another man.
During the 10-minute hearing Tuesday, Judge Hope Schwartz Zimmerman said their case was not that complicated and should be solved by the couple, not her.
News broke that she filed for divorce days before he was booted from the White House as communications director.
The news came shortly after a now infamous profanity-laced interview with Scaramucci was published on the New Yorker’s website.
Scaramucci and Ball were reportedly estranged before his 10-day stint at the White House.
Scaramucci and Ball were reportedly estranged before his 10-day stint at the White House. She gave birth to their son while he worked for President Donald Trump in late July
When their son was born in June, the Mooch reportedly texted his wife: ‘Congratulations, I’ll pray for our child.’
This will be the second divorce for the father-of-three, who has a daughter Amelia, 21, and two sons, 18-year-old Anthony Jr and Alexander, 24, who goes by AJ.
The Wall Street financier, 53, married Ball in 2014, but it is unclear when the two began dating.
Ball, 38, left her job as a vice president in investor relations for SkyBridge Capital after Scaramucci sold the firm.
She has donated money to both Republican and Democratic politicians, including Rep. Kathleen Rice’s (D-N.Y.) campaign, and Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker’s presidential bid, The Hill reported.