#1
I been trying to search through that 13 year old father story. Supposedly D.N.A tests were meant to be taken but I can't find any results if they were done.

I came across a link that said this:

Teenage mother 'told to say 13-year-old Alfie was baby's father to cash in on their story'

It was a link to the story on DailyMail.uk or whatever it is.

I go there and it's been removed.

Are they hushing it all up?

/conspiracy

EDIT:

http://www.parentdish.com/2009/02/18/teen-mother-told-to-keep-quiet-about-other-boys/

Closest thing I could find but this story seems to be getting shushed.


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There was a link to a major news site about the 13 year old father and the mother telling her daughter to shut her mouth about the other guys she has slept with.

Now they took the article down.

But why?

Who was phone?


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#5
It is becasue the issue is now in British Childrens/Family court and it's illegal to report on matters of that section of court, due to it's sensitive nature.

The Daily Mail would have recieved a warning to take the story down and would recieve a huge fine if they continued to have it up.
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#7
The girlfriend of underage dad Alfie Patten, Chantelle Stedman, was instructed by her own mother to tell the British press that the 13-year-old schoolboy was the father of her new baby, despite the fact that this might not be true

13-year-old schoolboy was the father of her new baby, despite the fact that this might not be true,

despite the fact that this might not be true
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It is becasue the issue is now in British Childrens/Family court and it's illegal to report on matters of that section of court, due to it's sensitive nature.

The Daily Mail would have recieved a warning to take the story down and would recieve a huge fine if they continued to have it up.


This answers the question perfectly. Thank you good sir.

They'll report on it later though won't they?


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(Aside: British bookies are said to be taking bets on Maisie's real dad.)

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#13
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Well.. DNA tests take a while to do. It's not like CSI where everything is fake.


The article said 1 week.


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