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Justin Bieber Takes Paternity Test



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Justin Bieber has taken a paternity test. He took the test ahead of any possible impending paternity suit, sticking to his vow to clear his name. He wants to be proven innocent of all claims by baby mama Mariah Yeater.

The test apparently took place in secrecy on Friday and there is a strong chain of handovers handling the DNA sample so that the results will stand up to any possible legal challenges.

When paternity claims were raised against Justin Bieber, he promised to clear his name and take a DNA test. Now, he’s done it, on Friday night at a lab in New Jersey, in what have been termed “very controlled” circumstances. He is taken no chances that his alleged baby mama will say he substituted someone else’s DNA.

Now the next move is Mariah Yeater’s, say Bieber’s team.

There are conflicting reports over whether or not Yeater has dropped her paternity claim, but Justin Bieber is not happy to let the case lie even if she had. He wants to prove categorically that he is not the father of 3-month-old Trystan so now she has to provide a DNA sample forom her son.

Bieber’s reps have not given Yeater a deadline by which she must provide a sample of the baby’s DNA, but presumably they won’t wait around for ever. If the court case is still on, then there is a December 15 date scheduled for that.

Having taken the paternity test, Justin Bieber is in fine spirits, saying he is doing “great” these days.

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