A Texas man has filed a lawsuit to dispute the will of Charley Pride, who died in December. Tyler Pride, a 41-year-old police officer from Tyler, Texas, filed the lawsuit in May, alleging that he is Charley's unacknowledged biological child. The Dallas Morning News has uncovered court records dating back to 1992, when Tyler was 13, in which a Texas court cited DNA results to declare that Charley Pride was his father. The court ordered his legal name to be changed from Tines to Pride, and ordered the singer to pay $92,000 in back child support and to begin monthly support payments to Tyler's mom, Joyce Ann Tines. He says part of his motivation for filing the lawsuit is to "find out what I'm entitled to" financially. The other part is more personal. Tyler claims that nobody let him know about his father's illness and he was discouraged from attending the funeral. Charlie's widow, Rozene, claims that Tyler is acting out of greed. She says that it's "heartbreaking" for him to "try to tarnish Charley's reputation and break Charley's estate plan in the hope of getting more money for himself," adding that he "only called Charley when he wanted money" and viewed him as a "cash cow."