Is there some truth to the Justin Bieber rumor claiming he knocked up an older groupie? Well, brand new allegations are still dogging him!
Daily News Hollywood correspondent James Desborough reports that Bieb’s alleged baby mother still hasn’t received his DNA Test.
That a full year after Mariah Yeater publicly claimed her 15-month-old son Tristyn was the result of a 2010 backstage tryst with Justin Bieber, Yeater’s attorney Jeffery Leving still hasn’t received results from DNA tests Bieber claims to have taken last year.
Speaking from his law offices in Chicago Monday, Leving tells us, “I have not seen [Bieber’s] DNA test results or had them scrutinized. If there was a first test, and I have no documentation to say there even was, I wasn’t provided with the results. I have not had my demands for an independent DNA test carried out by Mr. Bieber.”
Mariah dropped the legal case in hopes to solve it out of court, but she hasn’t been having any luck. Seems to be a simple fix – if JB isn’t the father, all he has to do is take the test or hand over the results.
The lawyer on the case continues:
He does say that Bieber “is either the father or he isn’t. And if he is then he needs to step up to the plate and pay child custody.”
While many people think Yeater is out for money, her lawyer says she’s out for closure.
“For the last year, she has been the victim of death threats, derision and distasteful treatment,” says our source. “Being a single mom is tough enough without being caught up in one of the biggest scandals in pop music.”
We’re surprised – this girl isn’t going away!
SOURCE: NY DAILY NEWS
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