At least the baap(father) part is true in this case. [BBC News]
A 11 year old Indian boy chose his affluent father over his mother in a custody battle. The court, convinced of the boy’s maturity ruled in favor of the father. By law in India, the mother gets custody of children under 5 and after the age of 10 the child gets to decide. The case gets intrigiung because initially it was the mother who got custody because the child was under 5. Later when the child turned 7, the father appealed under Muslim law which ends the mother’s natural custody once the child is above 7. Even though, he (child’s name not revealed) was in a good school and deemed well brought up, the boy picked his father in court, because of his affluent lifestyle.