In this Feb. 18, 1985 file photo, Prince performs at the Forum in Inglewood, Calif. (AP Photo/Liu Heung Shing, File)
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A Colorado prison inmate has filed a paternity claim with a Minnesota court against the estate of Prince, the latest claimant in what could grow into a long line of people asserting that they're entitled to a piece of the musician's fortune.The judge overseeing the estate case on Friday authorized genetic testing on a sample of Prince's blood in case it's necessary to determine who's entitled to share in his estate, and gave creditors four months to file claims.Under Minnesota law, children are first in line to inherit when someone dies without a will, which would put Williams ahead of Prince's siblings if the court agrees he is Prince's son.Williams has long asserted that he's Prince's son, the attorney said.
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