Prince's Estate Receives First Paternity Claim

Carlin Q. Williams filed paperwork in a Minnesota probate court, in which he requested DNA testing.
0:27 | 05/10/16

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A man claiming to be the biological son of prince has come forward 39 year old Carlin Williams has filed paperwork in Minnesota court. Requesting DNA testing. And he wants to be declared the late singer sole surviving heir Williams's mother claims she met prints at a Kansas city hotel back in 1976. Williams by the way is currently in prison on a weapons charge if he is prince's son and no Willis found princess siblings may get nothing.

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