Brittany Potts, 33, told The Sun that she was initially elated to have finally met her father, 62, in 2010, after IRON MAIDEN performed in San Bernardino, California.
‘All I wanted was for him to talk to me and he never did,” Brittany said. “He never gave me an explanation why. I have felt shame because I was born as the result of an affair, he made me feel I’m something to hide.
‘I’m angry because I still have questions he never answered when I met him… Him being famous made it harder because I would see and hear things — like that he was writing a book and I’m not mentioned in it. I don’t exist.
‘It made me feel very, very unwanted,” she added. “After he cut me off, he made me feel like I’m not good enough. Now he’s got a chance – it’s kind of his last chance now.’
According to The Sun, Brittany was conceived when her then 17-year-old mother had a two-week fling with Bruce, and while she didn’t meet him until she was 23, she had always been aware of who her dad was.
Last November, IRON MAIDEN released a double live album, Nights Of The Dead, Legacy Of The Beast: Live In Mexico City.
Containing over 100 minutes of classic Maiden music and available in multiple formats, Nights Of The Dead, Legacy Of The Beast: Live in Mexico City was recorded during the band’s three sold out arena shows there in September 2019 and is a celebration of their Legacy Of The Beast World Tour which began in 2018 and will finish next Summer in Europe.