I won't let my dad Ronnie O'Sullivan see my daughter – he's a snooker champ but I don't want him to be a part of my life

WORLD snooker champ Ronnie O’Sullivan’s eldest daughter will never let him meet his grandchild. 

Taylor-Ann Magnus, 25, said her dad is not part of her life and would not want him around her three-year-old girl Zarah. 

And she said she will only tell her about her famous granddad if she has to.

Taylor-Anne has only met him a handful of times after he dated her mum Sally-Ann Magnus for two years in the 1990s. 

They last saw each other when she is 17 or 18. She told the Mirror: “I wouldn’t want someone like that around me and my child.

“I was 17 or 18 the last time I saw him and I forgave him within myself, although that doesn’t excuse what he did.

“The last eight years I’ve been quite happy. I’ve accepted he won’t be there and I’m OK with that. 

“But since I had my daughter, I’ve thought ‘I really don’t want that person in my life’.”

She said keeping it from her will be difficult, especially when she goes to school if people approach her after seeing something online. 

She added: “When she gets older I might tell her as a pre-warning. I will cross that bridge when I come to it.”

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It follows Ronnie’s record-equalling seventh title win against Judd Trump last week, bagging £500,000.

He hugged his younger children Lily and Ronnie Jr, both from a relationship with Jo Langley, after the victory. 

Taylor-Anne, of Romford, Essex, said she does not watch or follow him and neither wants or needs money from her dad, who is worth an estimated £32million.

Ronnie's behind-the-scenes life growing up and getting into snooker was turbulent, with his dad Ronald serving life in jail for murder while mum Maria did time for tax evasion.

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It meant he had to fend for himself and his sister Danielle.

He also battled drug and alcohol addiction as well as mental health problems dur to the pressures of his sport.

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