In this Sep 2016 record photo, Spanish thespian Julio Iglesias attends his star phenomenon rite during a Walk of Fame, in San Juan, Puerto Rico. (AP Photo/Carlos Giusti, File)
Despite a miss of a paternity test, a decider in Spain ruled Wednesday that mythological thespian Julio Iglesias is a father of a 43-year-old Spanish man, according to reports.
The statute is a win for Javier Sánchez and his mother, former ballerina Maria Edite Santos, who made a explain for 30 years, a BBC reported.
The decider in Valencia, on Spain’s Mediterranean coast, pronounced he formed his statute partially on a “obvious” similarity between a dual men. He cited a “relationship” that existed between Iglesias and Santos “near a date of conception” and a fact that Iglesias refused to take a paternity test.
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The decider pronounced Santos had credibly valid she had a week-long event with a “To All a Girls I’ve Loved Before” thespian 9 months before her son’s birth, BBC News reported.
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Iglesias skeleton to interest a statute and pronounced a box should never have left brazen since it had been formerly dismissed. He has 8 other children.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.