Clayton Echard might not be the father.
The Bachelor star has declared that he experienced obtained benefits from a paternity take a look at he underwent in response to a paternity lawsuit from an Arizona podcaster who alleged she became expecting with twins after partaking in “sexual activity” with him.
“Listen, it’s Friday and you know what we need to have on a Friday? We have to have some great news and who’s bought the good news currently? I got the excellent information,” he stated in an Instagram selfie video shared Oct. 7. “What’s the fantastic news, Clayton? Very well, take a look at effects came back early and they said little to no fetal DNA existing.”
Clayton continued, “Let us go, baby! I knew that was going to take place. Thankfully, 5 months of torture can last but not least be place to rest.”
Having said that, the podcaster instructed Us Weekly in a statement that working day that the lab that ran the paternity examination informed her that “there was an challenge with my sample and that they require a further sample from me, which I am offering very first factor on Wednesday.”