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The late William F. Buckley Jr., founder of the National Review, apparently believed that anyone with the bad manners to be conceived during an affair should suffer the consequences. His illegitimate grandson, Jonathan—the son of author Christopher Buckley and the result of his affair with book publicist Irina Woelfe—will not get a penny of his estate, worth tens of millions, reports the Post, after Buckley literally stated in his will that the child was dead to him: "I intentionally make no provision herein for said Jonathan, who for all purposes... shall be deemed to have predeceased me." The details have emerged because Woelfe is filing suit to seek more child support from Christopher, who she claims hasn't wanted to see their son.