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Ryan Phillippe's Baby That's Not His Baby Is Taking His Last Name

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We're going to riddle you this one!

So, Ryan Philllippe's ex Alexis Knapp got knocked up with a baby. Word had it that it was Ryan's, but that was never confirmed nor completely denied. The baby was born earlier this month - July 6th - but only now have sources been able to get ahold of the kid's birth certificate.

On this legal binding document, Ryan is NOT listed as the father. In fact, there is not father listed at all. However, the little girl's full name reads Kailana Phillippe-Knapp.

Yeah, that's Ryan's last name right there. In black and white.

So … you won't agree to be the baby's daddy until you get a full DNA test, but you don't so much mind letting her take your name?

You're a puzzle, Phillippe!

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12 comments to “Ryan Phillippe's Baby That's Not His Baby Is Taking His Last Name”

  1. 1

    Why can't you report anything on the same day that every other web site does! You are late on every single story.

  2. 2

    I'm pretty sure he has no control over what the baby is named?

  3. 3

    The mom gave her that last name, dummy. Ryan probably didn't even realize she did it until it was too late. If he agreed to letting her use his last name, don't you think he would have agreed to being listed as the father?

  4. 4

    In some states, the father can only be automatically put on the birth certificate if they are married. If they are not married, no name is put as "father" and then a DNA test can be done. Once the results come back, the birth certificate can then be changed to add the fathers name.

  5. 5

    Ok, as others have already stated, Ryan is not a "puzzle" - the baby having Phillippe as a last name is not Ryan's decision, it is the person naming her (in this case her mother)'s decision.

  6. MG73 says – reply to this


    The mother decides what the child is named and puts it on the birth certificate, and she doesn't need permission from anyone to give her child his last name. You can pick any name under the sun for your child, doesn't have to be anyone's last name in your family, you can arbitrarily choose any name you want. I could give my child the Phillipe surname if I wanted to. It means nothing.

  7. 7

    You don't have to consent in order for a baby to have your last name.
    We had a paperwork mixup when our son was born and my husband (we weren't married at the time) was not listed as the father, but our son has his last name.
    When the mother and father are not married at the time of birth, more paperwork needs to be filled out than just the birth certificate information (affadavit of parentage). Father's are strongly advised to not put their name on the birth certificate unless they are absolutely certain they are the father.

  8. 8

    Re: MG73 – thank you for some common sense. :)

  9. 9


  10. 10

    It is puzzling to you Bcause you haven't considered the legallities in that state as other people have stated and there agreement. Your post is ridiculous and cruel.

  11. ivyx says – reply to this


    As others have pointed out. he most likely had nothing to do with filling out the birth certificate. She can fill in any name she wants without the consent of someone who may or may not be the father. Also, in some states, the father's name will not appear on the birth certificate if the parents are not married or the father is not present. It is really up to what the mother fills. Nothing more than that.

  12. 12

    A name is a lot different to a birth certificate. She can't take a penny from that. This whole story sounds like she is after a little trust fund for the 'baby'