Chris Rock has filed papers seeking to settle the paternity dispute started by journalist Kali Bowyer, who claims he's the father of her 13-year-old son Jordan.
Chris Rock taking the paternity case seriously and he wants to end it as soon as possible. The comedian has filed papers seeking to settle the paternity dispute brought by journalist Kali Bowyer, who claims he is the father of her 13-year-old son Jordan.
In the papers filed by Rock's lawyer Monday April 16th in Bulloch County Superior Court, it is said that the star would like to take DNA test and "desires to contribute to the support, maintenance, and education" of the child if it is proved he is the father. What a cooperative citizen?
Bowyer filed a paternity lawsuit against Rock last month, seeking child support and medical coverage for her son, Jordan, whom she claimed is the result of a romance she had with the comedian in the early 1990s.
Bowyer's lawyer said his client is "looking forward to establishing that Mr. Rock is the father of their son and bringing the case to a swift conclusion" while refused to comment on the nature of Bowyer's relationship with Rock and on why she waited 13 years to file a paternity claim.
Rock has been married to Malaak Compton since November 23, 1996. The couple has two daughters together, Lola Simone and Zahra Savannah.