We have a new Bill Clinton scandal.

30 year-old Danney Williams has once again come forward to claim he is the love child of former President Bill Clinton.

And his announcement made waves on the campaign trail.

Williams first claimed to be Clinton’s son during the 1992 campaign.

His mother, Bobbi Ann Williams, recounted to The Globe how she began a relationship with the then Governor Clinton in 1984.

The Daily Mail reports:

“The claims that Danney is the former president’s love child aren’t new, but they haven’t exactly been put to rest either. 

Danney Williams (left) claims he is the biological son of former President Bill Clinton (right) 

A DNA test reportedly conducted by Star magazine in 1999 said that Danney couldn’t be Clinton’s son but there remain questions about the test’s precision.  

Danney’s story first garnered international attention in 1992, as then-Arkansas Gov Clinton was gearing up to run for president. 

The Globe interviewed Danney’s mother, a former prostitute named Bobbie Ann Williams, who told the story of how she allegedly met and began a relationship with Clinton in 1984. 

She says Clinton went out for a run one day in Little Rock, when he jogged by her housing project and introduced himself to her. She was 24 years old at the time. 

A few days later, Clinton allegedly jogged by the housing project again and paid Bobbie $200 for her to have sex with him behind some bushes.

After that, Bobbie says that she and Clinton regularly had sex, sometimes alone, sometimes with other female partners. 

Eventually, Bobbie became pregnant and she suspected that it was Clinton’s child. 

But when she told the governor, he allegedly laughed in her face. 

‘He rubbed my big belly and said, “Girl, that can’t be my baby.” But I knew it was. I just had this kind of woman’s feeling that this was his child.’ Bobbie told The Globe.”

As the story notes, a DNA test was performed and it did not show that Clinton was the father.

However, Slate noted that with the data available in 1999, it would be impossible to evaluate the true precision of the DNA test.

Since then, Williams’ story has retreated into the background of Americans politics.

But it reemerged when the influential Drudge Report gave top billing to the Daily Mail’s story.

Matt Drudge also used his personal twitter account to spread a video Williams made which stated all he wanted to do was shake Bill Clinton’s – whom he calls his father – hand.


Will this story gain traction?

Or is just a hoax?

Let us know what you think in the comment section.