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After 36 Years, DNA Proves a Man's Assumption About His Father Was Wrong

7 Dec 2020 11:56 AM | Anonymous

Mystery solved.

It took 36 years, but a Florida man who relentlessly insisted he was William Shatner’s son just realized he isn’t, the Tampa Bay Times reports.

Peter Sloan, who legally changed his last name to Shatner last year, can thank for helping to clear up the matter.

The 63-year-old Clearwater man, who was adopted as an infant, got it into his head that the “Star Trek” star was his dad because his biological mother told him she had a fling with the actor at the time of his conception, and that it was highly possible.

While possible, DNA proved that it wasn't true.

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