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Monday, 28 January 2008

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Cupid as a baby

Rumors that Cupid Jones, known as CJ by his female counterparts, has an alleged twin brother have been confirmed by a maternity test which named Star Jones as his birth mother, early this morning. The two were seen holding hands as they left a New York City counsel's office following the press conference surrounding this issue.

"The Jones family is sorry for this cover-up, but feels they did what was best for the boy, he is where he needed to be." their publicist released after allegations of foul play.

Jamie Jones, the 17 year old citizen of Zimbabwe, litigated the two after finding out they had both infringed the soon to be expired contract which was produced shortly after his birth.

"The contract clearly states that the afore mentioned party is to regain responsibility of my client if she is able to provide for him in the manner to which he was accustomed or better," His lawyer stated. "He was sent away at birth because they were living in great poverty, but now that they have come into wealth, she is still responsible for his welfare."

Suing for 25 million in maternal duties, and emotional damages, Jones says he felt relieved that his birth mother was still alive and famous, but saddened that she did not want to keep him.

Jones was sent to live in Africa during the early years of his life and re-entered the picture after Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt requested to adopt him.

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