A 32-year-old woman who claims to be the late Michael Clarke Duncan's daughter is speaking out about the Academy Award nominee who died Monday.
Marquea Ambrose, 32, of Chicago, said she hadn't talked to her father in 11 years.
"The only thing that really bothers me about him passing is that we didn't fix," Ambrose told Chicago's WFLD-TV.
However, RadarOnline.com sources claim that Duncan's family members don't know Ambrose, and that they hadn't heard from her until he died. The source said, "It was the day he died that she started calling his mother saying 'I want what's mine' and trying to get money from her."
"Michael did date Marquea's mother, but he believed he was not her father," the source told the website.
A public casket viewing and a private service for the late Michael Clarke Duncan have been scheduled.
His rep tells E! News that the public viewing will be held at the Hall of Liberty, at Forest Lawn Memorial Parks and Mortuaries in Los Angeles, this Sunday. A private service will be held the following day.
The 54-year-old "Green Mile" star died Monday, less than two months after suffering a heart attack.
Duncan starred earlier this year in the since-cancelled Fox 'Bones' spin-off "The Finder." In an article published in the latest issue of The Hollywood Reporter, series creator Hart Hanson said he'd hoped to have Duncan appear in a future episode of "Bones" to wrap up "The Finder" story line.