Woman says Chris Rock might not be the daddy
Now the woman who says Chris Rock is the father of her 13-year-old boy says she's not so sure, the AP reports, so she's seeking a DNA test to find out. "If I were 100 percent positive, I would not have requested a DNA test. I would have gone to the lawyers and courts for (a) child support order," Kali Bowyer said. "It's hard enough for a parent of any child to seek such a test, let alone someone in the public eye." It's not hard for Rock, who asked the Bulloch County (Ga.) Superior Court to start paternity proceedings after the same court denied her March filing over jurisdiction because Rock lives in New Jersey. With his wife Malaak. And their two kids. Rock has maintained he would take care of the boy, whom Bowyer claims is ill in some unspecified way, and has agreed to the test. So what's the problem? Is Kali is feeling a little gold-digger guilt, perhaps?