Snowe Melinda Saxman says that she’s Prince’s long-lost daughter, and she’s willing to go to court to prove it.

According to The Blast, Saxman says that she never knew her real parents — because she was adopted when she was still a baby — but believes she’s Prince’s daughter because she has “substantial physical, temperamental and aspirational similarities” to Prince. She claims that she is a very artistic person who sings, dances, and taught herself to play several instruments. She also claims that many of her friends, growing up, said that she looks and acts like Prince.

Snowe Melinda Saxman says she was born on October 4, 1975 in Norfolk, VA and was adopted two weeks later. In court documents obtained by the blast, Snowe states “Since I was young, many people have noted that I possess substantial physical, temperamental and aspirational similarities to Prince. I have a close resemblance to Prince … I consider myself very artsy and my personality has been described as flamboyant, natural-born star and performer made for the stage. I sing, dance, write music, and have taught myself to play instruments. I created many dances during high school and performed on numerous occasions as a child and young adult.” _____________________________________________ She also claimed to have submitted her DNA to online an online site and they’ve advised her that her that “there were numerous matches with many relatives on Prince’s family tree.” She claims to have matched with Prince’s half brother, Duane, Prince’s ex-wife, Mayte Garcia and Prince’s parents. ____________________________________________ The picture above is the picture she allegedly chose to attach to her documents. (I guess the purple hair was suppose to.. nvm). Snowe is requesting to be names a Heir in Prince’s Estate. ______________________________________________ #AllegedTea #Alleged? #SnoweMelindaSaxman #Prince #PurpleRain #PurpleHair #CHILEBYE

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But her ultimate “claim” to Prince’s estate lies in the fact that she submitted her DNA to an online DNA database, and she “matched” with several of Prince’s relatives and his ex-wife, Mayte Garcia. She didn’t match with Prince, she says, because he died before he could submit his DNA to this or any other system.



So, naturally, she’s filed a claim in Minnesota courts for her share of his money on the basis of this claim.

A few years back, Saxman was presenting herself as a “mom-preneur” whose schtick involved helping women “get over their fears” about money.

You can check out her testimonial video below.