Friday, February 01, 2008

McFadden Target of Paternity Complaint

A Little Rock woman has filed a motion asking a judge to order former Arkansas running back Darren McFadden to take a second paternity test to determine if McFadden is the father of her nearly four-month-old daughter.

McFadden's attorney said his client took the first test voluntarily and it came back negative. The woman's attorney said it was not a valid test.

"It was not a test that can be used in a court of law. We're filing a motion asking for a test that can be admissible and verifiable," attorney Agather McKeel said.

Now if McFadden does turn out to be the father, he is not alone. Plenty of athletes have been down this road and Jim Reedy at UWire has put together a collection of items discussing pregnancy in college sports.

2 comments:

Mac G said...

How many tests does one chick want? As many it will take for her to hit the Child support jackpot?

boz said...

maybe you didn't read the entire blog mac g. the test was not court approved. all he has to do is take a court approved paternity test and everything will be all right. if it's negative, it's negative. first one was so this one should be as well.