Keanu Reeves: Paternity Suits Were "Horrible"
Stars are used to out-of-control fans. Twihards offer Robert Pattinson their blood. Justin Timberlake and other heartthrob singers get skivvies thrown at them on stage.
So what is the craziest thing an adoring fan has done to Keanu Reeves?
"Accuse me of being a father," the actor, 46, told UsMagazine.com at an NYC screening of his new film Henry's Crime on Monday night. "I had to go to court. It was horrible. I didn't do it. I'm not the dad."
In 2009, Karen Sala claimed Reeves fathered her four now adult children. In a paternity suit, she asked for $3 million a month for spousal support and $150,000 a month in retroactive child support.
In an affidavit, Sala suggested that Reeves used hypnosis and disguised himself as her ex-husband to impregnate her. "Karen Sala's allegations are completely false and absurd," Reeves rep said. Fortunately for the Matrix star, a DNA test proved he wasn't The One and the suit was thrown out.