Self-proclaimed lovechild of Charles Manson loses bid to force murderer’s pen-pal and his ‘grandson’ to provide samples of the cult leader’s DNA – as the three fight to inherit his $1M estate

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The Los Angeles judge overseeing the bitter, three-man battle to inherit Charles Manson’s $1million estate, has thrown out one contender’s bid to force the other two to hand over the notorious mass-murderer’s DNA.

Realtor Daniel Arguelles, 62 – who insists he’s Manson’s son and rightful heir – was demanding his rivals, ex-mixed martial arts fighter Jason Freeman and memorabilia collector Michael Channels, provide samples of Manson’s DNA in a bid to try to prove his claim.

Arguelles’s attorneys argued in court documents that since Freeman – who says he’s Manson’s grandson – was given possession of the killer’s body by a judge after his death in 2017, ‘He is in the unique position of providing DNA evidence….including but not limited to remains, hair, skin, ash (Manson was cremated), teeth or other samples from decedent…..that could be tested against the DNA of Arguelles.’

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