According to a BBC story, struggling young man Adlard-Rogers is believed to have kissed poverty goodbye after becoming the sole owner of Penrose Estate after a DNA test showed that he is the biological son of the property’s dead owner, Charles Rogers.
Prior to the life-changing experience, the young guy worked as a care worker and was living from hand to mouth.
According to the article, the individual had previously sought to obtain a DNA test since he had always assumed Charles was his father since the age of eight.
Surprisingly, his attempts to get DNA have always been blocked by one or more barriers.
Jordan’s father, according to BBC News, had spent 40 years as a heroin addict and had been in reclusion before passing away in 2018. Jordan finished the DNA test in 2019 after certain family members objected.
Jordan also received the Rogers Family Trust Fund, which pays him with a weekly stipend of $404 to $1,348 (N167,086 to N557,505), similar to a lifelong income, according to Timeless Life.
“I’ve been to the point of worrying about the next payment and have had a terrible start in life,” the young guy told Cornwall Live, “but now that I’m here, I want to assist people.” “I will not forget where I came from.”