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October 5, 2005

Who's your daddy? — Episode 2: Country singer Chris Cagle makes the surprising discovery that he is not the genetic father of his 'eagerly awaited' son

Uk6ykh

Well.

No doubt Cagle wouldn't have been awaiting this past weekend's birth quite so eagerly had he known that Tammy Wheeler, his girlfriend and the boy's mother, had gone sperm shopping earlier this year for a better set of genes.

Hey, I couldn't resist — cut me some slack, will ya?

Cagle reported the news on his website where he'd been chronicling, with great and growing excitement, the imminent arrival of "his" baby.

He wrote, "We have discovered that biologically, the child is not mine."

For what it's worth: Cagle's new single is entitled "Miss Me Baby."

I'm not going there.

Res ipsa loquitur, as they say in court.

Perhaps Cagle should, in the future, check in here and keep up with what's going down in the world of paternity testing.

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You may recall the headline of my post of two days ago: "In 30% of paternity tests the presumed father is not the biological father."

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She's a Hooters girl for goodness sake .... what more could you expect???

Posted by: Denny | Aug 26, 2006 10:29:00 PM

Maybe she just strayed a little about nine months ago. Maybe she thought the baby was his. Who knows what their relationship was. Or how he'd have taken the news if she'd up and told him...and she kept postponing it. It's not like ours is a monogamous society, now is it?

Posted by: ria | Oct 6, 2005 11:40:11 AM

Curious. I wonder what her motivation was... Seems rather twisted doesn't it?
Maybe we can attribute it to impatience, just couldn't take the wait and see if it happens this month approach. I mean you want coffee. You order coffee. You get coffee. Want a baby...

Posted by: ScienceChic | Oct 5, 2005 11:49:40 PM

Mother DOES NOT know best. What a crock!

Tell him the kid mightn’t be his? Hell no! He's RICH.

She should be tried for attempted fraud!

Posted by: jon | Oct 5, 2005 8:06:38 PM

It seems that now it's officially proven that mother knows best after all. ;)

Posted by: Shawn Lea | Oct 5, 2005 5:05:01 PM

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