Louis Tomlinson Demanded DNA Test To Prove He’s Father Of Briana Jungwirth’s Baby?
Louis Tomlinson did NOT demand a DNA test to prove he’s the father of Briana Jungwirth’s newborn baby, despite a tabloid report. Gossip Cop can exclusively bust this claim. We’re told it’s “nonsense.”
As Gossip Cop reported, Jungwirth gave birth to her and Tomlinson’s son Freddie Reign last Thursday in Los Angeles. Although the two are not a couple, they plan to co-parent their son together. But according to In Touch, Tomlinson was less than happy with the arrival of his baby boy. A so-called “source” tells the tabloid, “Louis had the [DNA] test done as soon as the baby was born. He wanted proof the baby was his.”
The tabloid then goes on to make the baseless claim that Tomlinson has no interest in being a dad, quoting it’s dubious “source” as saying, “He hasn’t spent one night with his son. Briana and her mom are taking turns with the baby… It’s clear Louis wants nothing to do with Briana and her family.”
Actually, what’s clear is the tabloid knows nothing about Tomlinson. The day after Freddie’s arrival, an ecstatic Tomlinson tweeted, “I’m pleased to say my baby son was born yesterday :) ￼He is healthy and pretty amazing :) I’m very happy!!” And, as Gossip Cop reported earlier, Tomlinson debuted the first photo of his baby on Twitter on Wednesday night. The picture featured the One Direction singer cradling the newborn against his bare chest with the caption, “Meet my little lad, Freddie.”
Regardless of how over-the-moon Tomlinson really is about his son, Gossip Cop checked in with a source close to him, and we’re exclusively assured the magazine’s claim about him demanding a DNA test is pure “nonsense.” Sadly, this is the second time In Touch has tried to raise questions about the paternity of the baby. Back in September, Gossip Cop slammed the disgraceful tabloid when it alleged Jungwirth was unsure of the child’s father because she was “having sex with someone else at the same time.” Much like the latest manufactured DNA test story, the previous allegation was slammed by Tomlinson insiders as a “malicious lie” and “total fabrication.”