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Is This Justin Bieber’s Baby?

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Justin Bieber is willing to take a paternity test to prove he is not the father of Mariah Yeater’s baby, he says. His reps say he will do this in 2 weeks or so, and won’t wait for his child support hearing on December 15.

And now British newspaper The Daily Mail is carrying the first photos of the little boy who is alleged to be Justin Bieber’s baby: four-month-old son Tristyn Anthony Markhouse Yeater.

The singer’s reps claim he will take a DNA in two weeks when he returns to the United States. He has denied fathering this or any other love child. The accusations won’t go away just like that, though. Bieber has reportedly been summoned to attend a paternity test at Los Angeles Superior Court on December 15.

Justin Bieber has got his lawyer Howard Weitzman on to it and he has instructed Yeater’s attorney to find a laboratory to do the test.

Yeater (20) claims she had sex with Bieber (then 16) backstage at one of his concerts, and got pregnant. She is seeking almost £300,000 from him in child support.

She says there is a strong resemblance between the singer and her son, especially in the little boy’s pout. However, Justin Bieber is not the first man to be identified as the baby’s father. Mariah Yeater first said it was her ex-boyfriend John Terranova before saying it was a secret lover named Steve.

“She just wants money,” claims Yeater’s ex-boyfriend.

But regardless of whether |Justin Bieber is shown to be the baby daddy, Mariah Yeater is in trouble. Justin has vowed to sue her when the test is negative. There is also the possibility that Yeater will be charged with statutory rape as Bieber was (still is) below the age of consent.

Below you can see a photo of a young Justin Bieber. Can you see the resemblance? Or is Mariah Yeater full of BS?

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