The truth about Bill Clinton’s ‘secret son’
No, he’s not clean as a whistle with “no record” as Alex Jones claims.
After saluting Williams’s aunt as a “church lady” and “hard worker,” Jones vouched for the 30-year-old Williams: “You yourself got three children. No record. Hard working guy.”
Well, Alex, not exactly.
Williams is actually a convicted felon and ex-con who fathered five children by the age of 21 and has been sued by state officials for failing to pay child support. He was released last year from state prison, has been busted for passing bad checks, repeatedly violated probation, and copped to the frequent use of marijuana (which he began smoking at age nine).
If it were not for Williams’s fantastical and uncorroborated claims about the 42nd president–which first surfaced in 1992–America’s leading conspiracy theorist would likely disparage the Little Rock native as just another urban “thug.”
…Jones reassured his audience that Williams has “No record.”
However, a review of Arkansas court and prison documents reveals that claim to be false.
Williams, seen in the above mug shots, has been arrested on numerous occasions. Most recently, he spent more than seven months in custody in connection with a conviction for passing bad checks and violating parole. Williams was released from prison in May 2015, according to Arkansas Department of Corrections records.
As detailed in Circuit Court filings, Williams pleaded guilty in 2005 to stealing a Cadillac that was parked in front of the owner’s Little Rock residence (the keys to the vehicle had been swiped during a burglary the prior day). While boosting the Cadillac, Williams somehow set off the vehicle’s alarm, prompting the owner to dial 911.
During a subsequent police chase, Williams crashed the car and fled from the Cadillac. He was apprehended by cops after a short foot chase.
Williams pleaded guilty to a pair of felony charges and was sentenced to five years probation and 50 hours of community service. He was also ordered to pay $4500 restitution, a $500 fine, and court costs.