No need to conduct a paternity test: British actor Tom Felton says that contrary to Internet rumors, he isn't the father of a secret love child.
On Nov. 21, a postcard featuring photos of Felton, 23, and six of his "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows" costars was published on the Post Secret website.
The anonymous postcard read: "One of these men is the father of the most amazing little girl in the world. He's never met her. He never will. He probably can't even remember my name."
The shocking rumor sent Harry Potter fans into a frenzy, which prompted Felton, who is dating film assistant Jade Olivia, to address the rumor on Twitter.
"My friend just found this on the web! Just to confirm that I can be canceled out of this equation," he wrote Wednesday, linking to the postcard.
Twins Oliver and James Phelps, who play George and Fred Weasley respectively, also denied the report.
"Apart from making me laugh, I can honestly say it's 100 percent not me," Oliver, 24, said on Twitter Thursday.
Added James: "To clear things up, this isn't me. Funny, but nothing to do with me."
The remaining four "Harry Potter" stars who appear on the postcard -- Daniel Radcliffe, 21, Rupert Grint, 22, Jason Isaacs, 47, and Alan Rickman, 64 -- have yet to comment.
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