Danney Williams, the man who claims he is Bill Clinton’s illegitimate son, apparently plans to file a paternity lawsuit against the former president unless his alleged father voluntarily agrees to give a DNA sample without a court order.
Williams made the announcement this evening in Las Vegas prior to the third and final presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.
See the YouTube stream of the press conference below in which Danney Williams is confronted by some overly hostile reporters.
“I am simply seeking the truth. I respectfully request DNA from President Clinton to determine paternity. I have had no response to my requests, so today I have authorized my attorneys.. to file a lawsuit in New York state to get… an order for a supervised test,” Danney Williams asserted at the press conference, the Daily Mail noted.
Williams is the son of a Little Rock, Arkansas, prostitute who supposedly had relations with then-Governor Bill Clinton on multiple occasions and allegedly got pregnant by him, but he has never been acknowledged by Clinton as his “love child.” Williams has indicated that he has attempted to get in touch with Bill Clinton on numerous occasions with no results.
While Danney was growing up, the Williams family supposedly received cash in the mail every month along with Christmas gifts delivered by state troopers, but all that ended when Bill Clinton was elected president in 1992. Williams and his aunt, who raised him while his mom was in jail, went to the governor’s mansion at one point but were chased away.
Clinton supposedly met Bobbi Ann Williams when he was out jogging.
Williams has maintained that it was common knowledge in Little Rock that he is Bill Clinton’s unacknowledged son, and everyone in the community remarked about the resemblance between the two.
At the press conference, Danney Williams claimed that Bill Clinton was his mother’s only Caucasian client at the time he was conceived. Williams added that he looks nothing like his siblings.
In response to a question, he also insisted he has had no contact with the Trump campaign.
The 30-year-old father says he has written letters to Bill Clinton, sent him emails, wrote letters to his presidential library, and even tried to contact the former POTUS via Facebook, but he has never received a response. Williams has also disputed an account published by the Star that a proper DNA test disproving the Clinton paternity was previously conducted.
In a video called “Banished” released last week, Williams likened his treatment by the Clintons to the way the wife of a slave owner would exile a child from the plantation if he or she was the offspring of the slave owner and a slave.
“I always feel bad about him not wanting to be in my life. Was it because I was black? Was there something wrong with me? Why he don’t want to be a part of me? It made me even think of sometimes suicide,” he explained in the video narration.
Williams was often shuttled off to foster homes while his alleged stepsister Chelsea Clinton grew up a child of privilege, he notes in the video.
“In 1995 when my father was president of the United States, the state of Arkansas put us in foster care. I lived in foster homes. It made me feel horrible because I know his child, Chelsea, was well taken care of and we was house to house, hungry at nights, and to know that my father was the president, it hurts.”
Parenthetically, according to the Smoking Gun, Danney Williams allegedly has a long rap sheet.
“Williams is actually a convicted felon and ex-con who fathered five children by the age of 21 and has been sued by state officials for failing to pay child support. He was released last year from state prison, has been busted for passing bad checks, repeatedly violated probation, and copped to the frequent use of marijuana (which he began smoking at age nine).”
Watch the Danney Williams press conference about the potential paternity lawsuit against Bill Clinton (fast-forward to the 37-minute mark)
Do you think that Danney Williams will actually go through with his plan to file a paternity lawsuit to obtain a DNA sample from his alleged dad, ex-POTUS Bill Clinton, or is it merely a publicity stunt?
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