The Star magazine recently reported that Mariah Yeater has filed a paternity suit against Justin Bieber alleging that he fathered her love child. But the singer's attorneys slammed the reports stating that they had not received any notice from the court. A day after, Bieber himself told his fans on Twitter to ignore rumours about his love child.
Now, 20-year-old Mariah Yeater's lawyers Lance Rogers and Matthew Pare said that they have evidence of Justin Bieber's paternity, which would come out in court. "Mariah Yeater is pursuing a modest and rightful claim. There is credible evidence that Justin Bieber is in fact the father of her baby. The evidence will be revealed in court," the Star magazine quotes them as saying.
Talking to the RadarOnline, the attorneys said, "She is not seeking exorbitant compensation. She merely requests that Justin Bieber provide a DNA sample to verify that he is the father of Mariah Yeater's baby, and if so, to help provide child support as required by California law."
Rogers and Pare further said, "It is noteworthy that Justin Bieber himself has not denied the fundamental fact that he had unprotected sex with Mariah Yeater following a concert in Los Angeles. If Justin Bieber is willing to voluntarily undergo a paternity test Ms. Yeater welcomes such cooperation and will be happy to resolve this issue in a less public manner."