Liam Gallagher Sues New York Post

Liam Gallagher Suing ‘New York Post’ For Claiming He Fathered A Love Child

Liam Gallagher is filing a lawsuit against the New York Post after the US newspaper claimed that he fathered a love child with an unnamed woman.

Liam has filed a $3 million lawsuit after the Post claimed that his alleged daughter was born less than one year ago. The paper claims the baby was the result of a one night stand.

According to a spokesman for Gallagher:

“Lawyers are taking action against the New York Post. We are not going to comment on gossip.”

The mother of the child is New York Times rock-and-roll journalist Liza Ghorbani. The 39-year-old mother claims she had an affair with Liam Gallagher when he was visiting the United States. According to the paper, the female is a showbiz journalist who first met Liam in a professional capacity.

The story claims that the mother was creating an article for the papers popular A Night Out With… column when the affair occurred.

The New York Post claims the woman is suing Gallagher for $3 million in Manhattan’s Family Court.

In the initial report, a friend of the woman says the Oasis singer has a “moral and legal duty” to support the mother. The friend also claims the woman is prepared to take a paternity test to prove her case.

The court case against Gallagher is listed under ‘Anonymous v. Anonymous’ and the court documents are sealed.

Liam Gallagher and Nicole Appleton wed in 2008 after dating for eight years. Nicole and Liam have a 12-year-old son together,

Representing Liam is top Manhattan divorce lawyer Raoul Felder. Representing the woman is Bill Beslow. Felder has represented some very big names including New York Mayor Rudolph Giuliani, former heavyweight champion Rididick Bowe, and David Gest during his divorce from Liza Minelli.

Liam Gallagher has talked about movie his family to New York City and recently spend nearly $3 million to buy an apartment in the famous Essex House.

The New York Post has not yet responded to the Beady Eye singers $3 million lawsuit.