A Missouri woman claiming Lil Wayne fathered a child with her granddaughter in 2002 served the Grammy Award-winning rapper and father of four with a paternity lawsuit. The paternity suit was originally filed August 20, but Wayne was serving time in Rikers Island since March. Due to his prison term, the mandatory DNA testing has been rescheduled until December 9.
According to documents obtained by TMZ.com, all legal action was initiated by the woman’s grandmother, and the alleged mother of the child’s name does not appear anywhere on the legal documents.
Per standard paternity suit procedures, the documents require both Lil Wayne and the alleged child to appear with proof of identification and submit to blood, genetic marker or DNA (Buccal Swab) tests.
Lil Wayne currently has children with R&B singer Nivea, actress Lauren London, BET reality television personality Toya and an Ohio woman often referred to as “Sarah B.”