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Justin Bieber To Take Paternity Test In 2 Weeks, Then Sue Mariah Yeater

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Justin Bieber is currently over in Northern Ireland, but he will take a paternity test when he returns to the US in 2 weeks. Then he says he will be able to prove that he is not Mariah Yeater’s baby daddy. When he does, he’s going to sue the ass of her, it appears, and his lawyers are already on to it.

After the paternity test proves him innocent of Mariah Yeater’s paternity claims, he says he will sue her. He already has his lawyer on to it, determined to discourage other fans from making such claims against him.

Howard Weitzman, representing Justin Bieber, contacted Yeater’s attorneys on Friday to tell them that a DNA test will happen. Weitzman was apparently told to find a lab to do the test and he has already selected one.

Justin Bieber is adamant that the DNA test will prove that he is not Mariah Yeater’s baby daddy and then it does, he and his team will sue her. TMZ has reported that Yeater’s lawyers looked “nervous” when they told them of Justin Bieber’s intention to agree to their paternity test demands.

If Justin Bieber is discovered not to be the baby daddy, Mariah Yeater may be made to regret her claims as sources say Bieber and his team consider it important to file a lawsuit against Yeater to show there are consequences when somebody makes false allegations against a celebrity.

If he wins such a lawsuit, Justin Bieber could be the toast a very relieved Hollywood!

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