Woman’s DNA Test Revealed A Shocking Family Secret | Megyn Kelly TODAY

100 Replies to “Woman’s DNA Test Revealed A Shocking Family Secret | Megyn Kelly TODAY”

  1. My DNA says skittles.

    Mostly because I'm not willing to be an endless baby machine. Do folks have any inkling that it's like being hit on, relentlessly? Don't judge a book by its cover. Thanks

  2. So are we going to over look her mom was a unfaithful ho? Her real dad out there given out free DNA. Dam it man.

  3. I knew my father when i was about 5 year old . But he went to jail my mother die living me without knowing how to find him. He work with car in Santa Monica, Calif.

  4. Do not trust these DNA fools. Most of those tests, in my opinion, are manipulated to fit a narrative. Keep your red flag up.

  5. As all the "parents" are no longer here I feel everyone giving really negative responses are being disrespectful. Nobody knows what happened how it happened, try and have a bit of respect for the ladies who just found out. Personally I find the full thing sad, it had split a family into families.

  6. Quite disgusting, that a woman's past indiscretion is made into a topic for a talk show. And 'brothers' giving their sister a gift of a DNA test? Ludicrous. Some fool is lying.

  7. I learned my late uncle did have a child; I was overwhelmed and over joyed. My new cousin and I shared the experience, it's quite emotional. All through life, we benefit from support, especially with "change". I think of, "change", as "any loss of the familiar". 🙂

  8. SHE IS MAKING MONEY BECAUSE SHE IS ABUSING HER MOTHER'S SECRET. I DON'T RESPECT THIS LADY. THIS SHOULD BE PRIVATE BETWEEN THE FAMILY NOT THE WORLD.

  9. I was adopted and did not find my birth mother's family until I was 70. I ended up with a bunch of half siblings who cared less we shared different fathers. They stated I was their sister and that was that. Great bunch. I also loved y adopted parents too.

  10. I don’t get what the big deal is….if my dad wasn’t my biological dad 🤷‍♀️. He’s still the one that fixed my cuts and busted his behind to put me through school. DNA doesn’t equal family

  11. Mothers shouldn’t keep these secrets . They know who gathers are most likely. More damage is done not knowing it seems than knowing or dealing with it.

  12. I took the Ancestry DNA test a couple of years ago, and it came back that my deceased father wasn't my Dad. I wasn't shocked. See, from the time I was a little girl, when my father got drunken, his exact words would be, ”Baby, ain't none of y'all kids mine, except Lisa (the oldest).” He would then commence to tell us the first name of each of our 8 fathers. We never knew if he was telling the truth or the alcohol was talking. Well, in my case it was true. I have 2 deceased sybling’s and the other 5 are not interested in knowing. I probably wouldn't have taken the test if I felt it was true what my Daddy was saying. My Mom died when I was 8 and my Dad died in 2006. He is the only Dad (in and out of our lives) I ever knew. It was no big deal to me.

  13. I met mother grew up in house with mom.but my father never known but got the name his name was Nathaniel worked at car wash in 1970s.5sibblins had with wife.I guess my Father and mother girlfriend and boyfriend.But 45 years old

  14. My bio dad signed away his right when I was only months old… and that was the best thing that could of happend. I ended up being adopted by my 'real dad" when my mother remarried when I was only just over a year. He truly was the best thing that could of happend because my mother was 'not a well women' she was abusive and I have not seen or talked to in over 20 years. even though he has passed on, HE will ALWAYS be my dad and I am so very grateful, who knows where I will be if it wasn't for him considering both my bio parents don't want me!

  15. my cousin was the oldest of 6 kids and found out by accident that she was not the biological daughter of her dad. She had been conceived before her mom and her adopted dad had met. Her adopted dad chose marry her mom while she was still pregnant with her and they chose to keep it a secret from her until she was a young adult. Needless to say it shattered her and the family.

  16. I found out at Age (9) that "The Amazing Man, who raised me was "NOT" My Biological Father!" I'm now 51 years old and have "Strongest Bond" with Dad to date! He even told me about "My Biological Father" and what to "expect when meeting him at Age (20) I have never heard from him since & that's after me telling him "I was leaving the Door open to a possible relationship. I just would NEVER be a Daughter to him or him "My Dad!" His loss!

  17. I believe those DNA test the Gov. Are doing it because there looking for someone or something and this is just one way of doing it fast !!!

  18. This is stupid why does it even matter?? Blacking out because you going out here wasn't your real father seems a bit ridiculous.

  19. Girl how can you start calling your brother half brother but meet your half sister and be all like YESSSSS my sister

  20. I WAS IN A BUSINESS THAT PEOPLE WOULD TELL ME AL KINDS OF THINGS PERSONAL THING ABOUT THEM SELF'S / AND I WOULD NEVER ASK THEM WHAT THEY TOLD ME / COME TO FIND OUT ALL MOST / , HALF SAY TO BE SAFE THAT 40 % OF PEOPLE DID NOT KNOW THERE FATHER / OR FOUND OUT THAT THERE FATHER THAT THEY LOVED WAS NOT THERE REAL FATHER / SO IT IS MORE COMMON THAN YOU THINK / JUST REMEMBER WE ALL HAVE A HEAVENLY FATHER / AND HE IS THE ONE WHO CREATED US / THE MEN THAT RAISED US OR BIOLOGICAL FATHER OR STEP FATHER ARE APPOINTED STEWARDS BY GOD ALL MIGHTY / / TO TEACH HOW TO LIVE AND TO DO WHAT IS RIGHT SO ON / THE NEXT FATHER DAY GET A CARD FOR HIM AMEN / PS /AND THERE ARE WOMAN THAT HAVE DONE THE SAME THING / SO I DO NOT WANT TO FORGET ABOUT THEM /

  21. I think people are ungrateful if you were abandoned or adopted out they didn’t want you or were too much of a mess to do it. Be great full if you get a nice family

  22. Some time ago a judge [ case of parentage of Charlie Chaplin] said the TRUTH about women- "Motherhood is a matter off fact but Fatherhood is a matter of CHOICE!!!!

  23. I am one of 12 adopted sisters and 5 adopted brothers. Never known my biological parents. My adopted parents have passed away. Life is good. Thank god for these people who took care of us all.

  24. Something similar happened to me when I was 15. It was heartbreaking to hear the truth. Even though I was the one to figure it out on my own initionally. It took me a long time to come to terms with it all.

  25. Almost exactly what happened to my mom. Only with us I took the dna test and it came back that i had none of my grandfather's family linked to me in my ancestry dna.
    And had connections with ppl whom I didn't know. In my Mom's early 50's she found out whom she believed to be her biological father wasn't.

  26. The only thing that really changed was your THINKING. Your dad that raised you gave you what we all want — Love. In addition, you said he taught you good work ethic which is worth its weight in gold. Parents aren't without blemishes. Think of all the good you had in your childhood up into your adult years and stay with those fond memories.

  27. Gosh, she was so lucky to have had no clue that the man she thought was her father wasn't. Not her father, but he acted as a father should. Her mother was the employee of the biological father. How common, eh.

  28. you don't just do a DNA test… without a reason… no mention of the man who raised her? cared for her? don't get it me…

  29. I’m adopted & it’s so difficult trying to figure out if who I thought was my birth dad really is my biological father, as I’ve never met him. He’s 1/4 Hispanic and I had no Hispanic DNA whatsoever. It’s a truly devastating blow.

  30. It just goes to show that there are many many woman who cheat on their husbands, just like the men cheat on their wives!…and this is what's happens, babies born who are hurt when they become adults and find out the truth of their being!….

  31. Im was orphan…everybody'..made mistakes…its a blessing to had a parentes…family of your own…so pity that people that had parents they taken for granted…please adore you parents…take care of them…respect them..take them in you love…cherish they legacy….

  32. Wow! Praise God she had the strength to respond the way she did! Thank God that there is a place now where so many people can get the validation that they so dearly need!

  33. Very poignant … Majority of the info is best found in a male relative. I have a friend who discovered his dad was not his dad after a simple blood type test done in school biology. Changed their family dynamic forever. He was only a young teenager and bore the guilt of being that messenger into adulthood. Your information came to you in a way that was perhaps for the best. G-d in His wisdom knows what each of us are able to bear 💓

  34. Every man should have every so called child of his DNA tested. A Fred Fox line in his show went "momma's baby papas maybe" He should emmediatly sue her and the other him if he had been parently defrauded.

  35. Be glad you had a father figure… Oh poor you… A lot of people had no male father figure in their life. Focus on the wrong things in life!

  36. Before the invention of birth control. this happened a lot, we are only finding out about it now with the DNA testing.

  37. Catherine, please check out if your dad is a Chimera (i.e. a person possessing two sets of DNA).

  38. People could not be so open then, and even now, women get killed for having natural feelings about other men besides their own husbands. I think it is all good.

  39. Had mine done and found out that Tesla's my 1st cousin. Couldn't figure out why l am always fixing things I know nothing about but always get it accomplished. Guess Im Blessed.

  40. Meagan's asking "Why the need for a support group" is a REALLY stupid question. EVERYONE deserves to know his/her genetic and medical background. ANYONE who found out that one of his parents had an affair that resulted in a child (especially if he or she IS that child) DESERVES to know the truth!

  41. I find it amazing that our local medical offices can’t find records a few years back but soooooo many years of DNA records saved for this long????? AMAZING.. Don’t fall for it.

  42. If I was adopted, or born ‘under’ a circumstance … and I had great parents… why to bother to know ‘who impregnated ‘ my mother??? Let’s be grateful! God bless you!

  43. “Kinda devastating in that moment?”
    Ya think!?
    Kinda?
    Are you out of your journalistic mind using a word like that when you see she’s crying?

  44. I can feel her amazement and pain and confusion… I did two DNA home kit testings, CRI Genetics & MyHeritage.com. I just want to not rely on just one finding, I wanted to compare two to see of any inconsistencies. There were a few, most overall both were telling me the same thing, that my Father wasn't my biological Father either. It's gets more interesting… in 2002, I consorted with a local radio guest Psychic. DIdn't ask her about love & finances, but simply; 'Are my Parents my real Parents?' It stumped her but she was excited to receive the vision to help me answer this. So she came back, told me my Mother is my real mother, we're very much alike. But as for my father, she couldn't get a clear vision, it was a gray area blocked by a legal proceeding that I was too young to remember. Interesting. So when I was back home in 2003, I confronted my Parents. My Mom got extremely upset. Defensive? Family secret? But my Father's response was classic, which also fueled my confusion more… 'As fas i know I am.' Okay, either you know, or you don't! How can you be so vague? Well, I understood it more when my Mom dropped a family secret bombshell on me one day a few years later. Her mother, was not her biological mother. It was her Grandmother. But her father was still her father. Hmm… I know right?! Wow! So back to my results, my region wasn't what I thought it was going to me according to my Parent's family's origins. I was mostly Northern European, Scottish, English, Welch, Irish. On MyHeritage, it gives you matching relatives ranging from 2nd to 3rd to 5th cousins, once, twice removed. So 80-90% of those relatives favored my Mother's Father. I mean, he's my Grandfather, there would be some, right? But I should favor more of my Parents. My mother's new discovery enlightened her to know she's 50% Italian (even a famous Crime Family) and mixed from her father. So I should lean towards my Mother's, right? Lesser percentages… nope, higher leaning towards me feeling that my Grandfather had his way with my Mom, he was an unusual drunk, and I was the next family secret. Now, my Dad may not actually know, but if the Psychic was right, if there was a legal proceeding, like birthrights, then he would know! And both of them would have lied to me to my face. People can lie, DNA doesn't. But this discovery could explain a lot of what's currently going on with my immediate family. My mother and I had a major falling out, like me being kicked out of my own apartment & her still living in it! I feel if this is true, then I could be a constant reminder of what happened to her back then. See we hadn't lived together since I was a teen, before the divorce. It was always daily visits or phone calls. Now on my Father's side, I had a falling out with them back in 2003. I am civil and in touch with my father, but now that I'm living back in my hometown, not just visiting, he still only sees me twice a year, my birthday and Christmas. I am the 'Blacksheep' of the family, guess someone has to be, huh? But this could also support his resistance, that if he actually knows this as well, then it also would explain how he treated me throughout my life. Not abusive, but resistant. I always felt out of place, even as a kid. So it's amazing I felt something way back then… but I'm 53 now, ex-Navy, disabled, love my children, have been single for over 15 yrs, finally accepting who I really am… a Nelson, not a Fatur. Don't get me wrong, Richard, the man who raised me, did so the best he could and I'm grateful for everything that was provided for me. That will never change, like my Mom stated after her discovery from her Uncle on his deathbed, 'All the players are gone, so what does it matter?' Well, my supposed Father is dead, since 1985, but my Mom is still alive, and I don't think she'll share this with me, maybe on her deathbed, but I'm not holding my breath! It's just now, from what I discovered on my own, what do I do with it? Still deciding…

  45. this whole show is absurd. its just paternity fraud. happens all the time when men marry trashy women who are not noble virgins and young ladies. before a potential father sings a birth certificate there should be a mandatory paternity test by law.

  46. I think some people do the DNA tests to find out nationality, but unconsciously something has felt "off" and that is what is really driving the decision to do one. I bought one to see if my dad was really my biological father, and by the time it arrived I decided I was really mad at my mom and just looking to find things wrong. I never took it.

  47. I have undertaken a DNA and heraldic test and this is gonna come as a shock to you because Megyn Kelly you are my second wife. It seems the Atlantic held no barriers now we have to get busy. I have to get my first wife packed up and all the documentation completed and we can get started in a fortnight> I've decided we wont sleep with each other for at least so we will be rattling away day and night. I will arrange for meals to be delivered and extra bin bags. I have a huge shower so big I could fit a pool table in there and naturally extracted spring water from my ell. So lets get busy.

  48. You guys are lucky! I have been an orphaned since I was 11 years old. To have a father or mother (or both) is a precious jewel 👑💍💎I really wanna experience how it is like to grow up with them and love them… 😕😯😢

  49. I just finished watching this video and was. My great-grandmother on my mother's side was also related to Wyatt Earp. According to family stories from childhood she is the daughter of one of his. Her family took the egg out of the last name because they were ashamed of Wyatt. As I said this is all family Laurel. It would be amazing if we were related even as far apart as it must be. I'm so glad I watch this.

  50. I understand the hurt and betrayal about being lied to your whole life, but blood isn't always thicker than water. Love makes family.

  51. Interesting story, just remember one important thing before you take a DNA- test! The companies are allowed to sell your info! 👎😡

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