Since Prince's sudden passing last month, speculation has swirled over the possibility of long-lost heirs to his $300 million fortune.
Now, a man named Carlin Q. Williams has come forward claiming to be the late singer's biological son and "sole surviving legal heir."
According to CBS News, Williams filed an official paternity claim against Prince's estate in Carver County, Minnesota this week.
What's more, the Kansas City resident even requested an official DNA test.
In the court documents obtained by CBS, Williams' mother, Marsha Henson, alleged that she had unprotected sex with the "Little Red Corvette" hit-maker in July of 1976 at a Kansas hotel .
Despite the fact that Prince's body was cremated following his death, a Minnesota judge authorized a vial of the star's blood to kept on file — in anticipation of paternity claims — at the Midwest Medical Examiner.
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Meanwhile, according to District Court Judge Kevin Eide, a will has yet to be found for the 57-year-old, despite an "ongoing search."
As Radar previously reported, the "Purple Rain" singer, born Prince Rogers Nelson, was discovered unresponsive in an elevator at 9:43 a.m. on April 21, inside his infamous Paisley Park Studios in Chanhassen, Minnesota .