Liam Gallagher has been criticised by Lisa Moorish for not seeing their 12-year-old daughter Molly, and she is adamant she wants the rocker to have a ''good relationship'' with their child.
Liam Gallagher has been blasted by the mother of his daughter for not seeing his child.
Lisa Moorish - who conceived 12-year-old Molly with the rocker a week after he married Patsy Kensit in 1997 - says the former Oasis singer has never been interested in having a relationship with their child, even though she would love them to spend time together.
The British singer-songwriter tweeted: "My only wish is that she has a good relationship with me and her father which is between them and I would NEVER get in the way.
"You've (Liam) had an open invitation since day one. You always refused it... (sic)"
Lisa - who also has a seven-year-old son, Astile, with rocker Pete Doherty - also alleges the 'Live Forever' singer was "very angry" when she refused to have a termination after getting pregnant.
Writing following the publication of an interview in which Liam pledged to "be there" for Molly when she is old enough to seek him out and blamed Lisa for his lack of contact, she wrote on twitter: "In Response to an article involving my daughter; 14 years ago I had a 2 year on/off relationship with a man from Manchester as a result of that I became pregnant and had a beautiful daughter.
"The man from Manchester was very angry that I decided to go ahead with the pregnancy and decided to stay out of her life.
"I felt sad about it but accepted it. He agreed to pay his way.
"She is now 12 and the most amazing girl, loved by all around her. She is also old enough to catch wind of articles which mention her. (sic)"
Speaking at the weekend, Liam - who also has 10-year-old son Lennon with Patsy, and nine-year-old son Gene with wife Nicole Appleton - revealed he felt it was the "best way" for him to have no contact with Molly because Lisa made things so difficult.
He explained: "She's getting looked after, everything's sweet, but as she was growing up, I thought it was the best way, instead of having me popping in and arguing with the f***ing woman. I don't speak to the mum, me and her are not on good terms.
"She (Molly) knows where I am and I'm there for her if she needs anything, like I have been since she was born, financially.
"I know it's not about that but it's better than nothing."