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To: HAL9000
Was that proven to be a fraud?

I had forgotten all about it...

5 posted on 02/09/2009 1:30:43 AM PST by DB
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To: DB
The love child story appeared first as a Drudge exclusive, then in the Star tabloid. The website that hosted the later information about the woman (who had a previous history of arrests on 63 misdemeanor and felony charges) has gone offline - but here is a copy from my archives -

Original article and mugshot at:
   http://www.apbonline.com/911/1999/01/11/williams0111_1.html

CLINTON PATERNITY HOAXER HAS CRIMINAL RECORD
Rap Sheet of 63 Items Since 1982 

Jan. 11, 1999 

By Matthew Waite 

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (APB) -- Bobbie Ann Williams, the woman behind 
the bogus claim that
President Clinton fathered her child 13 years ago, has been well-known 
to her hometown police department -- under four different names and for 
involvement in various kinds of crime. 

In fact, the divorced Williams is scheduled to appear in Little
Rock Municipal Court Feb. 10 on charges related to the alleged
abduction of her daughter from a local elementary school in
September. 

Little Rock Police Department records show that the
39-year-old has been charged with 63 misdemeanors and
felonies, starting with a robbery charge in 1982 and ending in
the current abduction charges. During that time, she has told
police her name was Shirley Jones, Bobbie Ann Morgan,
Bobbie Ann Williams and Bobbie Morgan Williams. 

Williams' name started appearing in the national news after her
13-year-old son, Danny, signed with the tabloid Star to have a
DNA paternity test performed. She claimed that Clinton
fathered the child after he paid her to have sex. 

DNA tests reveal sham 

It was widely reported today that the DNA test results showed that 
Williams' paternity claimswere a hoax. 

APB News was unsuccessful in its attempts to contact Williams. 
Family members here in Little Rock said her whereabouts is unknown. 

In Williams' criminal history, there have been four charges for 
prostitution, the last in 1993, and three more prostitution-related 
charges: one for patronizing prostitution in 1995 and two for
loitering for prostitution in 1988 and 1994. She was found guilty on 
all of the charges. 

Other arrests include one arrest for drug possession, one for theft 
by receiving and several other misdemeanors. 

Abduction in custody fight 

In her most recent run-in with police, Williams was charged with 
interference with custody, a felony, after she and two other women 
allegedly took her then-10-year-old daughter, Versie Starmisty Williams, 
from her elementary school in west Little Rock. 

Juvenile investigators later determined the abduction was part of a 
custody dispute with Williams' ex-husband, Danny Lee Williams, 45. 
School officials said Danny Williams came to the school to pick up 
his daughter. At the same time, three women, including Bobbie Williams,
came to the school, officials said. 

A police report said there was a disturbance between Danny and Bobbie 
Williams, then the three women grabbed the girl and ran from the school. 
Officials said the girl cried as the women led her across the street. 

Late that night, police returned the girl to her foster home and arrested 
Bobbie Williams on a charge of interfering with custody. She has since 
pleaded innocent to the charge. 

Although she is scheduled to appear in municipal court next month, 
police note that they would not be surprised if she did not show. 
Williams has been convicted for failing to appear in
court 17 previous times.

Matthew Waite is an APB correspondent in Little Rock, Ark. 
(mwaite@justicemail.com).


11 posted on 02/09/2009 1:42:13 AM PST by HAL9000 ("No one made you run for president, girl."- Bill Clinton)
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