Freddie Starr's 'daughter' calls for a DNA test to finally find out if it's ...

Freddie Starr's 'daughter', 44, whose mother told her she had a fling with the comedian in the 1970s calls for a DNA test to finally find out if it's true Jo Billam, 44, was told she was Freddie Starr's daughter by her mother  Her mother is said to have had a relationship with the comedian in the 1970s  Jo is now asking for his family to do a DNA test so she can get 'closure'  

By Terri-ann Williams For Mailonline

Published: 09:39 BST, 16 May 2019 | Updated: 11:34 BST, 16 May 2019

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A woman says she wants the relatives of Freddie Starr to take a DNA test in order to find out if he was truly her father.

Jo Billam was told she was Starr's daughter by her mother, as a result of a fling she had with the comic when he had been performing in Bournemouth in the 1970s.

Following the 76-year-old's death at his home in the Costa del Sol earlier this month, Jo, 44, says it became more important to her than ever to learn the truth.

The mother-of-two said she understands how it will look and that she believes people will think she's 'just after Freddie's money'.

Jo Billam (pictured above) was told by her mother that she is the daughter of Freddie Starr

Jo Billam (pictured above) was told by her mother that she is the daughter of Freddie Starr

Speaking to The Mirror she said: 'I could not care less about that. All I want is to end the agony of not knowing who my real dad is.'

Jo, who works as a dementia care nurse said her mother, who died aged 70, in 2017, had confided in her about Starr on her 16th birthday.

'My dad, who turned out to be my step-dad, told me I needed to ask my mum about who my real dad was.

Freddie Starr (pictured above) is said to have had a relationship with Jo's mother in the 1970s

Freddie Starr (pictured above) is said to have had a relationship with Jo's mother in the 1970s

'I could not believe what I was hearing. She told me she was

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