Prince's 'son' eliminated as possible heir by DNA testing

What a Surprise: Colorado Inmate Isn't Prince's Son
What a Surprise: Colorado Inmate Isn't Prince's Son

Sorry, Carlin Q. Williams; you've been eliminated in the Prince Inheritance Sweepstakes.

Williams, a Colorado prison inmate who claimed to have been the "1999" singer's son, has been ruled out as a possible heir, the Associated Press reports.

Williams had previously claimed that his mother had unprotected sex with his mother in a Kansas City, Missouri, hotel room in 1976.

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The 39-year-old inmate, from Kansas City, is currently serving time on a firearm charge.

Back in May, Williams asked a court to expedite and prioritize testing of people who claimed a "parent-child relationship" with the musician.

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Numerous people have filed papers claiming that they are heirs to Prince's fortune, which has been estimated to be in the hundreds of millions of dollars.

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Prince died April 21 at age 57 of an accidental prescription drug overdose. Shortly after his death, his sister, Tyka Nelson, filed papers saying that a will for the singer had not been found.

In lieu of a will, Bremer Trust, National Association has been appointed special administrator of the musician's estate.

Williams' attorneys and Bremer have not yet responded to TheWrap's request for comment.

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