1. Creepy

    DNA Tests Prove Castro Is the Father

    Onil(L) and Ariel are arraigned at Cleveland Municipal Court for the kidnapping of three women in Cleveland, May 9, 2013 in Cleveland, Ohio. Ariel Castro appeared in court Thursday to faces charges that he kidnapped and raped three young women and held them in his home for a decade. The 52-year-old from Cleveland, Ohio did not enter a plea and stood with his head bowed while the court set a large bond of two million dollars per case, effectively ensuring that he will remain in detention. Ariel Castro was presented to the court by public defender Kathleen DeMetz(R), who said he was "charged with kidnapping and rape on one charge, kidnapping and rape on the second, kidnapping and rape on the third, and kidnapping on the fourth." His brothers Onil and Pedro were not charged with any crimes, but had old outstanding misdemeanor charges against them dropped.  AFP PHOTO/Emmanuel Dunand        (Photo credit should read EMMANUEL DUNAND/AFP/Getty Images)

    Castro in court in Cleveland on Thursday. (Emmanuel Dunand/AFP/Getty)

    A DNA test confirmed Friday that Ariel Castro, who stands accused of raping and kidnapping three women he held captive for years, is the biological father of the daughter of one of the captives. The 6-year old girl was born in captivity and rescued along with the three other captives earlier this week. The child's mother, Amanda Berry, was kidnapped in 2003 at age 16. Although Castro's DNA has been linked to Berry's daughter, it has not been associated with any outstanding criminal cases in Ohio.

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