Man Claims He's A Bee Gees 'Love Child'
A 49-year-old musician claims in a new interview that he is the secret love child of late Bee Gees member Maurice Gibb.
The Sun reports that Nick Endacott says his aunt told him that he might be related to one of the world’s most famous musical families.
Mr Endacott now wants the only surviving Gibb brother, Barry to help him confirm if they are indeed related.
Endacott alleges that as a baby he was adopted after being given away by his mum Patti Nolder.
Mr Endacott has also claimed that Maurice Gibb’s widow, Yvonne, had said she would be happy for a DNA test to be taken but has since withdrawn permission.
He said he was “gobsmacked” when he was told.
“It was the last thing I expected. I just want to know the truth — and know who I am. I know people will think I’m doing this for money or some claim to the Gibb estate, but I’m not.”
Mr Endacott says he has a “right to know” who his dad is and that he has written to Barry Gibb, asking for his help to resolve the matter.
Maurice Gibb in 2001
Maurice Gibb passed away in 2003 due to complications of a twisted intestine.
His twin, Robin, died in 2012 from liver and kidney failure.
Mr Endacott says he is concerned about his health and believes he has a right to know if he is Maurice Gibb’s son in case he suffers similar genetic health complications.
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