A Decision Has Been Made Regarding Prince's Alleged Son

NEW YORK - OCTOBER 14:  Singer/musician Prince makes an announcement at The Apollo Theater on October 14, 2010 in New York City.  (Photo by Stephen Lovekin/Getty Images)

A Decision Has Been Made Regarding Prince's Alleged Son

We may have seen this one coming.

Published June 22, 2016

Carlin Q. Williams, a 39-year-old from Missouri, was one of several who came forward following Prince’s tragic passing claiming to be one of the musician’s long lost children.

He said he wanted a DNA test to prove it, and he got his wish. Unfortunately, the result wasn’t what Williams, who currently is serving a sentence for gun possession, was hoping for.


As reported by TMZ, the DNA results show that Prince was NOT his biological father.

In the documents that Williams filed, he claimed that his mother met Prince in 1976 at a hotel in Kansas City, and while that may be true, the DNA test proves that there is a 0.0% chance the musician fathered him.

The status of the case of Taz Walker, another woman who came forward claiming Prince to be her pops, currently remains unclear.

Written by KC Orcutt

(Photo: Stephen Lovekin/Getty Images)


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