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3Mariah Yeater Dropped That Paternity Suit, You Know

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From TMZ:

Justin Bieber’s baby mama has dismissed her paternity lawsuit against the singer … TMZ has learned.

The suit was quietly dismissed late last week. What’s more, Mariah Yeater’s lawyers, Lance Rogers and Matt Pare, have quit her … withdrawn from the case.

As we first reported, Justin not only planned to take a DNA test when he returned to the U.S., he was going to sue Yeater and her lawyers for making a bogus claim. And, as we reported, Justin’s lawyer, Howard Weitzman, called the attorneys and informed them a suit was looming.

Apparently, they got the message.

Damn. Damn. I think I was the only one in the world who’d actually hoped that Bieber did knock this chick up, and in a minute, all of my dreams are crushed.  Man. Can you just imagine how Mariah feels? I mean, we’ve already forgotten her. I spent the first ten minutes writing this post under the headline “Miranda Yeater Dropped That Paternity Suit, You Know.”

Sorry to add insult to injury (to crazy!), girl!

November 16, 2011 at 7:30 am by Sarah

3 Responses to “Mariah Yeater Dropped That Paternity Suit, You Know”

  1. ltc says:

    Well, he could have knocked her up but gave her just the right amount of hush money.
    Or he could have knocked her up but she couldn’t handle the public scrutiny anymore.

    Or she could just be crazy and this never, ever happened or even came close to happening.

  2. jenjen says:

    i thought i read somewhere else today that her new lawyers gave an interview (think it was on a chicago station) that because of threats on her and the baby, they had to bring in their firms bigger legal eagles from LA to replace the original small fish from their san diego office. curious….

  3. Pique says:

    I’m with Itc. I think Justin is the baby daddy and shoved a load of money down her throat, and walked away because that’s what everyone wants. No-scandal Justin.

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