Owen Wilson will not receive many father's votes of the year.
According to the weekly newspaper, the actor has not yet come into contact with his new-born daughter, Lyla Aranya Wilson, nearly a month after his birth. The publication reports a source saying Wilson, 49, "refuses to meet his daughter".
"Even check the box without visits to court in June … She does not want to visit (and does not want) any care," the source said.
Varunie Vongsvirates, dating back nearly five years to Wilson, was born in Lila on October 9th and soon wrote a photo of her in Instagram.
"My sweet little princess," Vongsavirate described the position.
Wilson had no contact with Vongsvirates during her pregnancy. The source said she told Owens that she waited four weeks in her pregnancy after her vacation in Hawaii.
A spokesman for Wilson told the US Weekly: "This is a private matter and it is not appropriate to comment further."
In June, Wilson received a paternity test, which said that "the alleged father is not excluded as the biological father of the fetus."
Lila is Wilson's third child. He is also a father to sons Robert, 7, and Finn, 4, from previous relationships.
"Owen was a great father to his boys and has maintained a warm and close relationship with their mothers," said Us Weekly. "Of course, if a paternity test proves to be the father of another child, he will fulfill all his obligations to support his child."