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‘Brady Bunch’ Star Barry Williams Abandons Homeless Girlfriend And 3-Year-Old Daughter


The guy once known as Greg Brady reportedly dumped his girlfriend and abandoned his daughter, who is only three years old.

Barry Williams, who portrayed the eldest good-guy son on The Brady Bunch is being slammed for being a deadbeat:

Williams and his girlfriend, Elizabeth Kennedy, had been together for seven years. But now she reportedly is out of money and almost out of a home.

Former teen idol Barry Williams said the claims by his ex, Elizabeth Kennedy, are nonsense and accused her of getting pregrant on purpose when he refused to marry her, according to court documents reviewed by 'Inside Edition.'

In response to Kennedy’s allegations, Barry retorted by terming all of her statements as fiction. In addition, he contended that she deliberately became pregnant after he declined to wed her.

However, Kennedy fired back against the Brady Bunch star on Inside Edition. Referring to her three-year-old daughter, Elizabeth said that the little girl, named Samantha, adores her dad.

“She lights up whenever she sees him on TV,” declared Kennedy.

Moreover, Elizabeth charged that she was evicted from her home just before the winter holidays.

“He allowed us to be evicted two weeks before Christmas,” claimed Barry’s girlfriend.

Why would the Brady Bunch star dump girlfriend and daughter? Kennedy links his departure to the chance for a new career. He’s now a performer in Branson, Missouri.

Barry both stars in live presentations and works on his show, A Very Barry Branson. And with his busy schedule and distance, Elizabeth says that Williams spent only eight hours with his daughter in 2014.

In return, Barry offered up his own accusations in court documents.

“[Her claims are] the rants of a scorned woman,” contended Williams. “[She was] nothing more than a sexual companion.”

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Baron was just a shy kid with a dream, growing up in the 40's with a knack for story-telling. After a brief career in film, Von Kowenhoven went to Europe in search of fringe-scientific discoveries and returned in the 90's to unleash them on the entertainment and political landscape of America.


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