Justin Bieber’s Supposed Babymama Exposed as a Fake
She’s never really seemed credible, and Mariah Yeater has finally been exposed for lying about having Justin Bieber's love child.
According to TMZ, the 20-year-old single mom had text messaged an anonymous friend, urging him to "ERASE ALL MESSAGES from my mom,” indicating that a man named Robbie is really the babydaddy.
Yeater also promises the friend that she’ll give him a portion of the settlement money from the Bieber camp once they get paid.
Furthermore, Mariah also sent her anonymous friend messages urging, “Would you please stress to Robbie how important it is for him to be in his son's life?”
Justin’s lawyer Howard Weitzman told press, “This information proves Mariah Yeater fabricated the story. Our independent investigation indicates Ms. Yeater never meet Justin, she has consistently identified another man as the child's father, and Ms. Yeater and her co-conspirators hatched this scheme in order to extort money from him and to sell her story to the media. There have been no settlement discussions and there never will be."
Yeater has since dropped the paternity lawsuit she filed against Justin Bieber, and her lawyers have dismissed themselves as her legal representation.
This comes after Justin agreed to take a paternity test with the understanding that after he was proven to not be the baby’s father, he’d sue Yeater for making false claims.
Back in the States after a lengthy trip overseas, Justin Bieber paid a morning visit to Z100 Radio Stationin New York City earlier today (November 17).
Keeping warm with a navy and yellow winter hat, the 17-year-old Canadian was spotted leaving the Big Apple building after offering up an interview at the media locale.
Promoting his "Under the Mistletoe" album, Justin was asked about his baby accuser Mariah Yeater - who just withdrew her paternity claim lawsuit.
Of the situation, Justin told, “As far as the whole, you know, baby situation, you know, it’s unfortunate that it had to happen like that, that you know people make false accusations, but things happen in this industry and you just have to keep your head high and be positive, and that’s really all I have to say.”
And though she took him through a rough tabloid stretch, when a deejay made fun of Miss Yeater's looks, Justin defensively told, “No, no be cool with her.”
She’s already under enough pressure as one of America’s top celebrities, so when Selena Gomez heard her boyfriend Justin Bieber was accused of fathering a love child, she wasn’t sure how to handle it.
The “Wizards of Waverly Place” actress told Ellen DeGeneres that things were a little dicey for her over the past few weeks.
“I have been alright,” Gomez shared, adding that things are good and less stressful since the bogus paternity suit was dropped.
A friend told press Selena has been “exhausted and withdrawn. She’s supportive of Justin, but it’s been very tough.”
Some news that might make her feel better: the man accused of stalking her was taken into custody today (November 17).
Moments before he was grabbed by police officers, Thomas Brodnicki told TMZ that he never had conversations with God about killing Selena, but he does have plans to reunite with her in the year 2016.
“Selena Gomez and I are the holy chosen ones of God. I'm not overly concerned if I meet [Selena] in the flesh because it may be like scripture says ... 'No man has seen the face of God' ... Maybe us being together is too much like seeing the face of God."
Brodnicki is currently being evaluated by LAPD detectives and will mostly likely be place in mental insitution for further testing.
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