News Corp is a network of leading companies in the worlds of diversified media, news, education, and information services. HE was barely in his teens when pictures of baby-faced, pint-sized Alfie Patten feeding his newborn baby girl stunned the world.

Today, five years on, Alfie, now 18, tells The Sun on Sunday how the ordeal has left his life in tatters. He also talks about plunging into depression after discovering Maisie was not his and being cut out of her life.

Alfie now spends his days at home watching TV while claiming benefits. I get thousands of Facebook messages too. It has ruined my life. Alfie had also dated Chantelle Stedman for a year before she got pregnant at It was so similar to me and Chantelle. Alfie met Chantelle in while playing out in the streets of the East Sussex village of Lower Dicker, where they both lived.

He was so young it was not something that even crossed my mind. I would never let it happen again. It was during one of these sleepovers that Alfie and Chantelle had sex. Four months later, she told him she was pregnant. No one knew our secret. The whole thing has affected Alfie a lot. Holding Maisie for the first time was amazing. I was too young to understand the consequences of being a dad but I liked holding her and immediately loved her.

Everywhere I went people knew who I was. I had to have time off school. I fed her and changed her nappy. I barely played my computer games.

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Chantelle had also slept with their mutual friend Tyler Barker — 15 at the time — and he was the real dad. It was too much to take in. I cried for days and barely left my room. I thought my world had ended.Alfie Patten, now 23, arrives at Lewes Crown Court today to face sentencing for assault. The man who once claimed to be Britain's youngest father avoided jail today after going on a drunken rampage smashing up cars and property. The case shocked Britain but DNA tests later that year established that a year-old boy called Tyler Barker was in fact the father of the girl.

The court heard Patten was now a jobless alcoholic who lived at home with his mother and has a history of criminal offences.

He already had a month suspended prison sentence hanging over his head after being convicted on June 14 of shoplifting, theft and possession of an imitation firearm. But on July 11 he got drunk and began swearing and shouting at an elderly resident before damaging cars in the street and near his home in Hailsham. Hannah Hurley, prosecuting, said Patten kicked a van, damaged a Skoda car and broke a fence while swearing and shouting at an elderly resident.

He was running up and down the road. He was seen arguing with vehicles and shouting at them. Patten was just 13 years old when he was said to have fathered a child with family friend Chantelle Steadman, However, a DNA test later proved Alfie was not the child's father.

Patten was seen 'staggering' around and was arrested by police and put in a patrol car. But he then spat inside the car causing it to be taken out of service and cleaned. Wearing a blue sweatshirt with a yellow eagle on it the front, Patten's family - including his sister and mother - were in court to support him. Nutan Fatania, defending, said Patten was desperately trying to tackle his severe alcohol problems and his GP was seeking medical and psychological help for him to reduce his drinking.

She said: 'This is a young man who is aware of the concerns that are at play here. He wants to improve to become normal and seek peace rather than continue the destructive, chaotic behaviour that is deeply dangerous to his health. Patten pictured at court today is now a jobless alcoholic who lives at home with his mother. Lewes Crown Court was told Patten had five convictions for 12 offences for theft and shoplifting and drank alcohol each day.

Judge Janet Waddicor warned Patten he should have faced an automatic jail sentence for breaching the earlier suspended sentence but claimed prison was not the right place for him. She said: 'Your GP think prison would be a very bad outcome for you and I agree. You are drinking dangerously high levels of alcohol.

The case shocked Britain but DNA tests later established that a year-old boy called Tyler Barker pictured in was in fact the father of the girl. Most would have washed their hands of you. She imposed a separate suspended sentence of one month and one week for the criminal damage offences as well as extending a rehabilitation order already in place.

Judge Waddicor told him: 'You've got a tough journey ahead of you but you cannot keep offending while drunk. Patten left court with his family today after being warned his behaviour needed to improve and any breach would mean both suspended sentences could be activated resulting in being sent to prison.

The case prompted a national debate about morality and teenage pregnancy with then Tory leader David Cameron saying it raised 'worrying' questions about modern Britain. Alfie met Chantelle in at the age of 12 while playing out in the streets of the East Sussex village of Lower Dicker, where they both lived.

His mother thought the friendship was innocent enough and as Alfie has not gone through puberty she later claimed she had no worries about them being left alone. He sometimes stayed at her house and it was after one sleepover that Chantelle told him she him she was four months pregnant.

In Februarythe girl was born weighing 7lbs and 3oz and Alfie was thrown into the role of father. He later said: 'It was a crazy time. Holding her for the first time was amazing. I was too young to understand the consequences of being a dad but I liked holding her and immediately loved her. Everywhere I went people knew who I was.The real father of the baby that schoolboy Alfie Patten thought was his is coming to terms with the 'scary' reality of being a teenage parent.

Tyler Barker, 15, was said to fear his life would be ruined by DNA proof that baby Maisie was his daughter. The teenager wept at the realisation he made year-old Chantelle Stedman pregnant during a drunken one-night stand. After months of speculation, the High Court has ruled Tyler can be named as the biological father.

News that Alfie, who would have been just 12 at the time of conception, believed he was the father shocked the nation back in February. Tyler now admits losing his virginity to Chantelle during a one-night stand. He said: 'Having sex with her was the worst mistake I've ever made in my life. I wish I'd never met her. It was routine for boys to stay over with her in her bed. But I only slept with her the once. I thought she would take care of it. According to the High Court judgment, Mrs Stedman is offering 'guidance and support one would expect from a grandmother in these difficult circumstances'.

Speaking before the DNA result was known, he said: 'He has broken down in tears at the thought he might be the father. Mr Ireland, a year-old football coach, added: 'Tyler was drunk the night he had sex with her.

He was a virgin and only 13 then. He knows the exact date because it was after a football tournament. Alfie, who is now 13, was 'extremely distressed' to learn he was not the father, the High Court was told. He pledged to leave school as soon as possible to help bring up his daughter.

At the time, he was reported to have said: 'I'm the only boyfriend Chantelle's had and we've been together two years. I must be the dad. But after the story made headlines, there were suspicions Alfie was not the real father. Several other boys came forward to claim Maisie could be their daughter.

Alfie's mother Nicola Patten and a man believed to be his father Dennis outside the family home in Hailsham after the news emerged in February.

Claims that Alfie was the father of Chantelle's baby first emerged in February. He would have been Britain's youngest father.

The latest twist can only be reported after East Sussex County Council failed in an attempt to ban reports of the case. Initially Mrs Justice Baron ruled that the children's rights superseded the rights of the media to report the story.Ahhh, Britain.

The land of Shakespeare and the BeatlesChurchill and the Queen. Rolling green hills, groovy London shops, hip plaids splashed over raincoats and umbrellas. Cut to the reality of the highest teen pregnancy rate in Western Europe, a binge drinking culture that leaves drunk teens splayed out in the streets, and rising knife crime that has turned some pub fights into deadly affairs. In the latest symbol of what some are calling "broken Britain," year-old Alfie Patten and his year-old girlfriend, Chantelle Steadmanbecame parents last week.

The news sparked a flurry of hand-wringing from the media - and even ordinary folk admitted it didn't help that Alfie barely looked 10, let alone 13, as he cradled his newborn daughter. Alfie's father, who reportedly has nine or 10 children of his own, gamely promised to have a "birds and the bees" chat with his son to prevent him from producing a second child before he grows facial hair.

Sir Bernard Inghamonce press secretary to former Prime Minister Margaret Thatchersaid people from across Britain's political spectrum are in despair over the country's social breakdown. I think this is an indication of broken Britain. Binge drinking has produced a rise in liver disease among Britons in their 20s and the unpleasant reputation of British "lager louts" at holiday resorts across Europe.

On any given night, London residents can see drunken teens staggering through the Underground subway system. Usually their friends help them, but sometimes collapsed teens are left on their own until police or transit staff intervene. The number of robberies carried out with knives rose 18 percent for the third quarter of compared with the year before, according to government figures released in January.

Too often now, public disputes have ended in teen stabbing deaths. Rob Knox, an year-old actor in a " Harry Potter " film, was killed in May, while Ben Kinsellathe year-old brother of a television soap actress, was stabbed to death in June. Both were trying to break up fights in London.

All this was bemoaned, but the final straw came last week, when Britain's intensely competitive tabloids focused on Alfie. Alfie's daughter, Maisie Roxannewas reportedly conceived when he was Chantelle's parents let the lad spend the night with their daughter, 14 at the time, at their public housing unit near Eastbourne, 70 miles southeast of London.

There are still some questions about the birth. The Sun newspaper did not say whether any tests were conducted to prove the boy's paternity, and the Sunday Times reported that at least two other teens claimed to have slept with the young mother. Alfie told the Sun he plans to look after his newborn daughter. But in an interview, the boy admitted he didn't know what the word "financially" meant and acknowledged he doesn't get an allowance.

While some saw a larger portrait of society's ills in Maisie's birth to underage parents, others called it an aberration.

But it's not like it happens every day. The fact that it's making such a headline is something in itself. I think it's good that everybody is saying that it's wrong. Retiree Risdon Nicholls said the British media are exploiting a one-time situation.

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Nurses got coronavirus at a hospital while management kept quiet. Santa Clara County announces 82 more coronavirus cases. A man reads a copy of the Sun newspaper in London, on February 13, A baby-faced year-old British schoolboy has fathered a child with his year-old girlfriend, making him one of the youngest parents ever in Britain, a report said Friday.

Alfie Patten, whose voice has not yet broken, admitted he had not thought about how he and girlfriend Chantelle Steadman would support baby daughter Maisie Roxanne, as "I don't really get pocket money. A baby-faced year-old British schoolboy has fathered a child with his year-old girlfriend, making him one of the youngest parents Caption Close. Image 1 of 1.

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Back to Gallery.The world wondered why I could not have known my little lad was having sex and worse still, how could he have got a girl pregnant?

I asked him repeatedly if he was sure about this. Was he certain he had lost his virginity and could be the father of a child? Alfie had made himself believe he was a dad. People said we lived on some scummy estate. I grew up on one. He was the baby of the family. Then he told me he was going to be a dad. I even spent hundreds of pounds adapting his bedroom into a nursery. Alfie said at the time they had sex once and he must be the dad. We were portrayed as a bad family from the wrong side of town.

‘Britain’s youngest dad’ narrowly escapes prison after going on drunken rampage

It was terrible. But his mum looks at it most days. He burst out crying and then he ran out of the room. But he dealt with it brilliantly. He was the one who called the papers.

It should have been about our son Alfie. He shrugs it off but it is very upsetting. Alfie came back in from the garden. He happened to be in the wrong place at the wrong time. Nicola gives her son permission to leave the room again and he seems grateful as he makes his exit. By Laura Armstrong. Please see our Privacy Notice for more information on how we use your data and your data protection rights.

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Follow DailyMirror. News all Most Read Most Recent.Alfie Patten has reportedly demanded a DNA test to prove he really is a father at age 13 after two other teenagers are said to have claimed they had slept with his girlfriend.

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But today the scandal took another twist after it was claimed Richard Goodsell, 16, and Tyler Barker, 14, may have fathered the child. And now baby-faced Alfie, who only looks eight years old, is understood to want a paternity test following advice from his father. Once indoors he gave a series of clipped answers to a long list of questions by an eager reporter from The People. Do you like changing the baby's nappies? The shocking case, which emerged five days ago with the birth of Masie Roxanne, weighing 7lb 3oz, has made headlines across the world.

Argos AO. Share this article Share. Share or comment on this article: I will take DNA test, says Alfie as two other teenagers claim they could be father. Most watched News videos Beckham family join clap for carers campaign to support NHS staff Covidiot goads police as he flees on a motorbike during lockdown Coronavirus: Brighton Police use loudspeaker to clear beach Furious brave nurse chases off youths casually boozing in park Pope Francis presides 'Way Of The Cross' service at empty square Russian doctors treat coronavirus victims in Italy as toll increases Furious resident confronts couple staying at village Airbnb Joggers enjoy newly reopened Victoria Park in East London Lockdown: Priti Patel announces support for domestic violence victims 'We're heading in the right direction' says Dr Fauci Matt Hancock suggests NHS workers should use 'right amount' of PPE Lockdown: Large queues for food on Easter weekend in East London.

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Distraught mother of boy, 11, battling a rare cancer is asked to sign a Do Not Resuscitate order if he getsThe Alfie Patten story as it appeared in the Mail last month. Primary schools in the Midlands have introduced sex education lessons early in the wake of the case.

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Schools have brought forward plans to teach five-year-olds about sex following the case of year-old father Alfie Patten. Education chiefs in one city responded to the news that Alfie had fathered a child with Chantelle Stedman, 15, by deciding to start the sex lessons early. The compulsory sex education is due to be introduced in primary schools across the country from September next year. But Leicester, which has one of the highest teenage pregnancy rates in the country, will begin the lessons this autumn.

The curriculum includes teaching the difference between boys' and girls' bodies. One school in the city has already begun the lessons. Linda Jagger, headteacher of Caldecote Primary School, said: 'When I was watching little Alfie on TV it really got me concerned and I wanted to do something to prevent it happening with the children in my school. She added: 'Often children have started developing sexual feelings before they go to secondary school, so I think it's vital they learn about the importance of relationships before that happens.

Leicester Council's health spokesman Paul Conneally said: 'We want to reduce the teenage pregnancy rate and the number of sexually-transmitted infections by making kids feel good about themselves, so that these things are not hidden, so that it helps them say "no" if they want to.

But Patricia Morgan, an author on the issue of teenage pregnancy, said: 'I fear all this will only result in more little Alfies.

Teaching them about it amounts to grooming - suggesting to them that there is something exciting to do when they are older. Argos AO. Share this article Share. Most watched News videos Beckham family join clap for carers campaign to support NHS staff Covidiot goads police as he flees on a motorbike during lockdown Coronavirus: Brighton Police use loudspeaker to clear beach Furious brave nurse chases off youths casually boozing in park Pope Francis presides 'Way Of The Cross' service at empty square Russian doctors treat coronavirus victims in Italy as toll increases Furious resident confronts couple staying at village Airbnb Joggers enjoy newly reopened Victoria Park in East London Lockdown: Priti Patel announces support for domestic violence victims 'We're heading in the right direction' says Dr Fauci Matt Hancock suggests NHS workers should use 'right amount' of PPE Lockdown: Large queues for food on Easter weekend in East London.

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