Analysis of DNA extracted from the exhumed body of Salvador Dali, refuted the claim of the citizen of Spain, Pilar Abel that she is the daughter of the artist. It is reported by La Vanguardia.
According to the report, the tests conducted in the judicial institutions of Barcelona and Madrid were negative, they submitted to the judge.
The publication notes that earlier Pilar Abel has never provided any written or other evidence, confirming that she is the daughter of Given.
On 27 July in the Spanish town of Figueres exhumed the remains of Salvador Dali to get the genetic material for a paternity test.
The reason for this was the lawsuit by 61-year-old fortune-teller Pilar Abel, claiming that her mother, who worked as Dalí’s maid, was with the artist Roman.