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Justin Bieber Denies Lawsuit

November 4, 2011 by staff 

Justin Bieber Denies Lawsuit, A claim that Justin Bieber was the father of a baby by a woman who has filed a paternity suit is “patently false,” said a spokesman for the singer said Wednesday.

Melissa Victor said in a statement that Bieber camp will “vigorously pursue all available legal remedies” in response to the accusation.

“While we have not yet seen the lawsuit, it is sad that someone making claims malicious, defamatory and demonstrably false,” Victor said.

Online court records Yeater Mariah filed a paternity suit against Bieber, 17, on Monday in San Diego Superior Court. California law kept confidential paternity matters, but Radar Online published a copy of the complaint on your site.

Yeater, 20, said she had sex with Bieber after one of his concerts at the Staples Center in October 2010, according to public demand. She said she gave birth to a child in July, and believe the teen heartthrob is the father because there were other men is possible that she had sex with at that time.

She is asking a judge for child support and paternity testing.

Yeater lawyers, said in a statement provided to The Associated Press that his client is looking for a lot of money Bieber.

Yeater “is conducting a modest demand that we share,” said Lance Rogers and attorneys Matthew Pare. “There is no credible evidence that Justin Bieber is actually the father of her baby.”

The lawyers also note that Bieber did not deny having had unprotected sex with Yeater after the concert.

“We call on Justin Bieber and his lawyers to get to solve this problem in a reasonable manner,” they said.

Bieber, who was 16 at the time of the alleged incident, Twitter on Wednesday that he would ignore the rumors and he should be judged by their music.

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