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Herschel Walker, who criticizes absentee fathers, acknowledges second son
Herschel Walker, the Republican Senate nominee in Georgia who has been a vocal critic of absentee fathers in Black households, acknowledged Tuesday that he has a second son with whom he has little interaction.
The acknowledgment came after the Daily Beast reported that Walker has a 10-year-old son, and that the boyís mother sued the football legend to obtain a declaration of paternity and child support. By the time Walker was ordered to pay child support in August 2014, the child had already taken his last name, according to the Daily Beast.
Scott Paradise, Walkerís campaign manager, confirmed in a statement to The Washington Post early Wednesday that Walker has a second son.
Herschel Walker said he worked in law enforcement ó he didnít
Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported on speeches and statements given by Walker in which he falsely claimed that he had worked with police in Cobb County, Ga. Two years later, Walker mentioned he was an FBI agent.