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Photos of Justin Bieber's Alleged Baby Already Hitting Tabloids

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Does Justin Bieber really have a kid?

Good grief. Just when I thought I’d heard it all, yesterday a report came out that a 20-year old woman named Mariah Yeater from California was claiming to be the mother of Justin Bieber’s baby.

A few months ago, rumors swirled that Justin Bieber’s girlfriend, Selena Gomez, was pregnant with his child. The story turned out to be false, of course, which is what I’m guessing will also happen with this new baby scandal.

Of course, photos of Justin Bieber’s alleged baby are already hitting the tabloids, as Star Magazine has a picture of the mother and child on their new cover. You can see the photo here, but it’s very grainy. It’s pretty tough to tell if the kid actually resembles Bieber at all.

The baby’s name is Tristyn Anthony Markhouse Yeater, and he was born on July 6th, 2011. The baby’s mother Mariah claims that she and Bieber had an “encounter” after his concert back in October of last year.

She insists that because of the timing of the encounter with Bieber and the baby’s birth, she believes that he is definitely the father. She also added that she was not with any other men around the time when the child was conceived.

Yeater has filed a paternity lawsuit against Bieber and supposedly told a judge, “When I later realized I was pregnant with Justin Bieber’s baby, I tried to contact him through his representatives but no one ever called me back.”

Now she wants a DNA test to prove that Justin Bieber is, in fact, her baby daddy. Bieber’s reps are, of course, shooting down the story.

There will be a hearing for the case next month. Will the truth reveal that Justin Bieber is a father?

Photo: PRPhotos


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