Tuesday, May 17, 2016

Prince's Estate States Anyone Making Claims As A Relative Must Pay For Their DNA Test

This is a follow up to the May 10, 2016 Judiciary Report article "Over 700 People Have Come Forward Claiming To Be Related To Or The Mother Of The Children Of The Late Singer Prince" where the site stated, "These claims are costly and outrageous. Lawyers for Prince's estate and the administrator need to put their foot down, via making it plainly clear, if anyone files a fraudulent claim, they will be arrested and prosecuted. If they fail to get serious regarding these fraudulent claims, the estate will lose millions of dollars in trying to sort out baseless paternity and DNA claims." 

On Monday, May 16, 2016, the Bremer Trust, the court appointed administrators of the estate of the late recording star, Prince, has asked the judge in the case for approval, to order all individuals attempting to make a DNA claim as potential relatives of the singer, pay for their own genetic testing. This makes sense. Only people who have been lied to by a promiscuous parent or are mentally ill opportunists will pursue DNA claims when they realize they have to pay for it. This will weed out many false claims, saving the estate time and money.

In closing, just because you went to a Prince concert doesn't mean you are related to him. Just because your mama slept with a man that looked like Prince (probably an impersonator), doesn't mean he is your daddy. Please spare his family the harassment and emotional distress.  


Prince No Free Rides for Wannabe Family ... If Estate Gets Its Way
5/16/2016 8:59 AM PDT - All the so-called "long lost" relatives of Prince should have to pay to prove they're truly the singer's blood ... according to the bank running his estate. TMZ obtained docs filed by Bremer Trust Bank ... and it's asking a judge to sign off on getting anyone who's "claiming a genetic relationship" to fork over the dough to cover DNA testing costs...