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11/16/2011 11:55 AM ID: 91072 Permalink   

Yeater Drops Paternity Lawsuit Against Justin Bieber


Maria Yeater, the woman who accused Justin Bieber of fathering her child, reportedly dropped her paternity lawsuit.

The suit was quietly withdrawn after her lawyers stopped representing her in the case.

Justin Bieber recently said he would be willing to do a paternity test to prove he´s not the father of Yeater´s son. The singer was also planning to sue her.

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  I´m no Beiber fan but  
I hope he still sues her for something.
  by: landocommando   11/16/2011 02:55 PM     
I would sue but use the outcome funds and declare to the public he is putting it away as a college fund for that kid. It will boost his image that he has a kinder heart then that kunt of a mother.
  by: DRK   11/16/2011 03:39 PM     
  she seems  
mentally unstable or something. Why on earth would you accuse someone of paternity when it will inevitably be proven wrong by DNA? It´s sad to think she´s actually raising a child.
  by: gryphon50a   11/16/2011 05:19 PM     
  Owned much?  
I think the crap got dropped when he said that he´d do the test. And she was probably like ohshitohshitohshit. Welp, there´s her 15 minutes of fame, getting thrown in jail for being unable to pay the lawsuit, and losing her kids for being incarcerated. She wont be raising them now, apparently. Bieber can go back to annoying us, her kids will be raised by normal, stable people. Something good came out of it...I guess...we´ll still be annoyed though.
  by: DarkWave     11/16/2011 11:14 PM     
  @gryphon and darkwave  
Gryphon - I am thinking she was hoping someone in the Beiber (I don´t care I spelled it wrong) machine would be leaning towards the "Lets pay her off to keep quiet" side. Either that or she is a nut-case. Probably both.

Dark - There are not many people who are considered ´normal´ or ´stable´ in the state paid children´s welfare system. Sure there are some, but they are few and far between. What this child has to look forward to, if it is taken away from ´mommy dearest´ is being mentally, emotionally, and physically/sexually abused or just plain neglected by at least 75% of the adults out there who are willing to be paid to take care of someone else´s child.
  by: Allanthar     11/17/2011 08:23 PM     
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