TV presenter Andrei Malakhov got involved in a story with an illegitimate son Vyacheslav Dobrynina. The musician himself does not deny the existence of an heir, which he wrote about in the autobiographical book “Doctor Schlager,” but the names have been changed.
StarHit writes that in the studio of the “MALAKHOV” program on the “Russia 1” TV channel, Albert Stefan, who calls himself the illegitimate son of Vyacheslav Dobrynin, told how everything really happened.
“In the book, he (Dobrynin) calls his mother Marina, although she is Svetlana. But on the Internet you can find interviews where all the names are real, as they are. Also in the book he talks about his unrecognized child, they say, his name is Alik – me in childhood They called him Alik,” says Armen.
Armen agreed to provide material for a DNA test. An expert announced his results in the studio of the MALAKHOV show. She immediately warned that this was not a test to establish paternity, since Dobrynin did not get in touch and did not provide biomaterial for examination.
“The results are as follows: family ties between Armen And Albert 17%,” the expert said.”