Just when he thought he’d live his life through a paycheck, this one DNA result has drastically changed his life.
Jordan Adlard Rogers, 31, only found out his father was Charles Rogers after his death in 2018. It was very unfortunate that he did not have a chance to meet his father.
Jordaan always believed when Charles was still alive, he was his father and made several unsuccessful attempts to get a DNA test done.
He said after his father died he was finally able to get the test completed.
Mr. Charles Rogers spent 40 years living as a drug addict and a recluse before dying in his car following an overdose on a heroin substitute.
Charles Rogers’ brother had been a pilot with the RAF and his dad a lieutenant commander in the Royal Navy, “so he had big shoes to fill”, Mr. Adlard Rogers said.
“He was under huge pressure taking it on, but he was different and a free spirit, here was always a pressure of him trying to match expectation,” Jordan added.
Within days after the DNA test to prove his claim, he inherited all of Charles’ riches – which turned out to be worth as much as $60 million! All of the money went into Adlard-Roger’s bank account in total within hours. It didn’t take long for him to move into the beautiful Penrose Estate and enjoy all of its luxury amenities.
People say I’m lucky but I would trade anything to be able to go back and for Charles to know I was his son,” he said.
Now that he is rich, Jordan has quit his job as a care worker and moved into the countryside mansion. Penrose Estate has 1,536 acres of land. The results of the DNA test confirmed that Jordan Adlard-Rogers was the rightful heir to the fortune. He moved in right away with his 30-year-old partner, Katie Hubber, and their newborn son, Joshua.
Jordan devotes that he plans to set up a charity to help people in nearby Porthleven and Helston with his newfound wealth.
“Maybe then he might have taken a different path.”
Events like these make me wonder how rich my dad is, Jordan is born lucky but unfortunate to spend a life with his dad.
Source: American Web Media