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Beyoncé's father hit with second paternity claim

PATERNITY CLAIMS: Matthew Knowles with daughter Beyoncé

BEYONCÉ'S ESTRANGED father has been hit with claims he fathered a child with a lingerie model from his native Texas.

Earlier this year, Matthew Knowles was forced to admit in 2010 he was the father of actress Alexsandra Wright’s son, a development which allegedly led to his divorce from wife Tina after 31 years of marriage.

These new claims come from 30-year-old TaQoya Branscomb, a lingerie model turned estate agent, who alleges he fathered a female child born in 2010 in Harris County, Texas, and is demanding he takes DNA test.

She is also going after the multimillionaire for child support and money for her attorney’s fees.

Knowles, who managed daughter Beyoncé's successful career before details of his affair with Wright were made public, succeeded in getting his child support payment for his son slashed due to his dwindling income.

The legal maneuver came as it emerged he had skipped yet another month of payments to Alexsandra Wright, the mother of his four-year-old son Nixon.

He claimed in court he pulled in $127,000 in 2013, a far cry from the $3 million a year he earned when he guided his superstar child's career.

A family court judge decided to reduce his child support to $2,485 a month.

Alexsandra laid into him during a TV interview, claiming he had never even met his son, telling Inside Edition's Jim Moret: "You've seen more of my son than he has."

Beyonce, 32, and sister Solange, 27, didn't attend their father's wedding when he re-married earlier this year, tying the knot with former model Gena Charmaine Avery in Houston, Texas in June.

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