Heath Ledger love child denied

Heath LedgerAmidst the turmoil of discovering Heath Ledger hadn’t updated his will to include his two-year-old daughter Matilda before his death, the actor’s estranged uncle Haydn has piped up, claiming Ledger may have become a dad during an affair with a married 25-year-old woman in Australia. But the woman, who has since remarried, denies that Ledger is the father of her 11-year-old daughter. Her husband told an Australian newspaper: “The whole thing with Ledger being the father is not true. No way. No can be. We knew it would flare up and that is the point of my talking and the simple thing is we will do a DNA test…there’s nothing to hide.”

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  1. Sheila Simpson • April 4, 2008 @ 7:49 AM

    I wish that people would focus on their own dirt, instead of trying to hide it by focusing on the lives of other people.
    Please people, who cares if we are famous or not, we have done things in which we are not always proud of. How would you feel if someone took your personal life and spread it across the papers and not only that but made it larger than life? Let’s think (Would I want that known) before we go getting excited over what other people are now having their lives disrupted over.

  2. Bart Simpson • April 4, 2008 @ 10:45 AM

    Aunt Selma, Why did you put your name as Sheila?

  3. Anonymous • April 4, 2008 @ 11:09 AM

    Heath could have 20 love children out there, who cares! It makes no difference in my life.

  4. Susan • April 4, 2008 @ 1:24 PM

    I’m with you, Sheila Simpson! Come on people, get a life!

  5. Bart Simpson • April 4, 2008 @ 1:34 PM

    Your with Aunt Selma? gross! THIS IS THE LIFE. Talking about ppl when they aren’t even alive to defend themselves. What more could you ask for? oops, gtg principal Skinner is coming.

  6. Serafina • April 5, 2008 @ 2:52 AM

    I agree 100% Sheila Simpson – I wish people would remember that when they feel tempted to pick up the junkie tabloids. What people forget is that it’s nothing but good old fashioned slander. Most of it are fairytales along with a paparazzi photo of the person taken unexpectedly and thus a story is born. People think they’re getting the “real dirt” on the person but in fact, they’ve just wasted their money, their time and their intellect on malicious fairy tales that someone else is making a fortune on. Choose who and what you patronize!!!

  7. karen • April 5, 2008 @ 11:39 AM

    Let the man rest in peace

  8. tributegirl • April 5, 2008 @ 3:30 PM

    I agree, Karen, for God’s sake, the man is dead, why would anyone bring this up now? Why not when he was alive? And did anyone happen to notice the person who is spreading this story is an “estranged” uncle? This is just some ticked off abandoned relative looking for his 15 minutes of fame, and hoping to make some dough to boot.

  9. Kathy • April 5, 2008 @ 3:59 PM

    who cares!!!!get a life

  10. Ashley • April 6, 2008 @ 8:42 PM

    ??? I dont Get it!!!!!

  11. Truth • April 7, 2008 @ 4:03 AM

    Why do you guys come read it and always say who cares. if you guys don’t care than stop wasting your time online reading these messages that you don’t have to. You guys are obviously implying that it’s a mindless act since you have control over it. Don’t do it and complain about it. Its only your fault since you’re in control of yourself.

  12. Anonymous • April 7, 2008 @ 10:10 PM

    and dat’s da truth!

  13. Serafina • April 16, 2008 @ 4:31 AM

    Comment on “Truth” – We have a right to make a comment on whatever we wish to – just ignoring the article, obviously does not work. If we did not read it, then you would say that we’re ignorant about what the article is really about. If we do read it, then you are implying that we are hypocrites because we are reading the article that we’re complaining about. There are many articles that I skip over every day because it’s just celebrity gossip.
    If you want to change public opinion, then you have to present a different point of view, that perhaps people will think about.

    Yes, true, it is a mindless act but so are a lot of other things. Some less and some more self-destructive. That is up to the individual if they choose to waste “their” time on things like that. My point is that it’s SLANDER. People seem to have developed a great appetite for this and it’s unfair to people that these tabloids are writing about. Some people think that celebrities are in the public domain by virtue of what they do and therefore forfeit their right to privacy but they just happen to be doing their job and unfortunately, the public malicious gossip goes with it. If and when you get your 15 minutes of fame, then you will realize very quickly how malicious the tabloids can be. People think that it’s only light harmless entertainment because they don’t empathize with the people that are being trashed. You would only have to go through it once to realize how harmful it can be. Unfortunately, a lot of people believe this stuff and will judge you based on the crap that they read in these tabloids. And you don’t necessarily have to be a celebrity to go through this.

    This will never stop until the consumer stops purchasing these tabloid newspapers.

    I could return your comment to you: “If you take the time to read our point of view and then complain about it – than it’s your own fault because you’re in control of yourself.

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