Michael Clarke Duncan Involved in Extortion Scandal After Tragic Death
Michael Clarke Duncan’s tragic death has left the entertainment industry reeling and devastated his fiancée, Omarosa Manigault-Stallworth, as well as his family. But Duncan’s family and friends won’t be able to deal with his death in peace any time soon. Reports claim that the late Duncan is now at the center of extortion scandal involving a woman claiming to be his daughter.
Marquea Ambrose, 32, who resides in Chicago, recently spoke with My Fox Chicago about Duncan’s death, claiming that she is his estranged daughter and that they hadn’t spoken in 11 years.
“The only thing that really bothers me about him passing is that we didn’t fix [it],” Ambrose said. “That’s the only thing that I hate. I hate it but it doesn’t bother me that I’m not mentioned.”
But according to RadarOnline, sources close to Duncan say that his family has no idea who Ambrose is and that she’s now trying to extort money from Duncan’s estate.
“Michael did date Marqay’s mother, but he believed he was not her father,” a source revealed. “He was in the hospital for 53 days, and she never once reached out or tried to talk to him then. It was the day he died that she started calling his mother saying ‘I want what’s mine’ and trying to get money from her.”
“She seems very opportunistic to be making the calls now, especially to his 93-year-old mother on the day her son died,” the source continued. “Why wouldn’t she have tried to visit him after he had his heart attack? Why didn’t she try and reach out to him while he was alive? It all seems like she just wants money and didn’t ever care about having a relationship with him.”
However, when RadarOnline reached out to Ambrose, she denied claims that she was trying to extort Duncan’s estate.
Well, this clearly isn’t the last we’ve heard of this story, but Duncan’s family isn’t alone. Check out some other paternity extortion cases below. –nicholas robinson