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Tuesday, 19 May 2009

Parent and Pimp 9: Alfie's NOT the daddy: DNA tests prove boy, 12, did not father baby with schoolgirl

It is shocking when Parents lead their children in the path of immorality and a web of deception and immorality. And, in a case which involved at least 9 potential teenage fathers through a 15 year old school girl, and at the behest of the parents!

Shocking PARENTS AND PIMPS!

Parent and Pimp 9: Alfie's NOT the daddy: DNA tests prove boy, 12, did not father baby with schoolgirl
19th May 2009
Alfie Patten, the 13-year-old who achieved notoriety as the baby-faced father, has been told the child is not his.
After months of speculation, it can be revealed that Alfie, who would have been only 12 when baby Maisie was conceived, is not her biological father.

The teenager believed he had made Chantelle Stedman, 15, pregnant, but DNA tests are reported to have shown that the three-month-old is the daughter of Tyler Barker, then 14.

Tyler said he lost his virginity to Chantelle during a one-night stand last May after spending the evening drinking at her home.

He said: 'I did not use any contraception but Chantelle told me she would take the morning-after pill.

'I thought she would take care of it. Her mother knew I was going to sleep with Chantelle.

'The next morning she even asked "did you have a good night". It was routine for boys to stay over with her in her bed.

'But I only slept with her the once. All my mates have been teasing me but it's not funny.'

The news can only be reported after East Sussex County Council failed in an attempt to ban reports of the case.

When the story broke in February, following Maisie's birth, there had been suspicions that Alfie, who looks no older than eight, was not the real father.
DNA tests were called for after several teenage boys claimed Maisie could be their daughter. 

But, before tests could be carried out, Mrs Justice Baron at the High Court ruled that the rights of the teenagers took precedence over the Press's right to report the case.

She passed an order that banned the reporting of any new information concerning Chantelle, Alfie and Maisie. 

A further judgment made earlier this month by Mrs Justice Eleanor King, said the girl had been called a 'slut' by four people she did not know.

The teenager said she 'was crying a lot every day' and feared that the insults would 'go on forever'.

Alfie was 'extremely distressed' when he was told he was not the baby's father in March, the judgment revealed.

Mrs Justice King also referred to scenes where Alfie's father Dennis appeared in public wearing a devil mask referring reporters to publicist Max Clifford.

The youngsters were thrust into the spotlight four days after Chantelle gave birth in February.

When he still believed he was the father, Alfie, who lives with his mother Nicola, 43, in Eastbourne, East Sussex, was reported to have said that he 'thought it would be good to have a baby'.

The story led to renewed calls for better sex education in England, which has the highest rate of teenage pregnancies in Western Europe. 

Both Richard Goodsell, 16, and Tyler Barker who live close to the Stedmans in Eastbourne, claimed paternity at the time.

Picture: Tyler, the father as per DNA testing

It was suggested that there were another six potential fathers - although Chantelle, 15, was said to be distraught at the allegations. 

Trainee chef Richard claimed he had sex at least three times with Chantelle around the time she became pregnant.

'I know I could be the father, he said. 'Everyone thinks I am. My friends all tell me that baby has my eyes - even my mum thinks so.'

Chantelle, her baby, her parents and five brothers and sisters fled from their council house in Eastbourne at the time.

A neighbour said the family had 'done a bunk' under the cover of darkness.

Alfie, at home with his mother, in Hailsham, kept in contact with Chantelle by phone.

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