The courts have ruled in Chris Rock’s favor, but one Georgia woman refuses to let go of her claim that the comedian fathered her child, and is even moving forward with plans to write a book detailing her alleged relationship with Rock.
In the press release Kali Bowyer circulated for her upcoming book “Hollywood Child,” Bowyer claims her past included “a hot affair with racy comedian Chris Rock.” Her life, according to the release, “started crashing down all around her,” until “getting pregnant with Chris’ son saved her life.”
Rock’s attorney John Mayoue had not received the press release, but says, “I assume this is a publicity ploy for her alleged book.” On the subject of paternity, Mayoue reiterated the decision of the Georgia court that concluded that Rock was not the father of Bowyer’s son. “There is a final judgement. This is not Chris Rock’s child. It’s been fully litigated, and that includes DNA testing.”
So why is Bowyer moving ahead with her book? She says she wants to continue fighting the paternity question in California. Mayone dismisses that possibility. “The time for appeal has long since passed,” he says. As for the book, which Bowyer will publish herself through Lulu Publishing, Mayone says, “I’ve not seen this (press release for ‘Hollywood Child’), but I’m sure that Mr. Rock will respond accordingly.”
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The Scoop on the film ‘W’“I wouldn’t be responding to this one — but I’m afraid that people might actually believe that and that’s not fair to Ali,” writes Ronson on her MySpace blog. “She’s 14 years old — high school is bad enough — do tabloids really need to torture teenagers as well?”
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With reporting by Elise Byrnes
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