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Justin Bieber Fathered My Love Child!

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Justin Bieber fathered a love child with a 20 year old fan from California, or so it is claimed in a lawsuit.

Teen pop sensation Justin Bieber is allegedly the father of a 3-month-old baby boy. The mother, Mariah Yeater has filed a lawsuit stating that he is the baby’s father ad demanding that he take a paternity test in order to “scientifically confirm” he is her child’s father.

She of course has also urged the court to ensure that Bieber provides her adequate child care support for Tristyn Anthony Markhouse Yeater, who was born on July 6. Mariah is on public assistance.

Yeater has sworn an affidavit signed under penalty of perjury that in 2010 (when she was aged 19) she had a physical relationship (well, it’s more a liaison, to put it politely) with the teen Canadian star. It occurred, she alleges, backstage at Los Angeles, during one of his concerts last year at the Staples Center and she said it lasted less than 30 seconds and he was embarrassed about that. Classy!

Apparently he then promised to invite her to future concerts. He didn’t take her number or give her is, but he said he’d remember hers, Mariah said. Yeah, right…

Nothing happened again until Mariah said she tried to contact Justin Bieber’s staff to tell him she was pregnant.

Matthew Hiltzik, Justin Bieber’s spokesperson has flat out denied the love child allegation. He says they have not yet seen the lawsuit and called “malicious, defamatory, and demonstrably false.”

He promised to pursue all available legal avenues to defend and protect Justin against such baseless paternity allegations.

A court hearing has been scheduled for December 15.

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