It’s like baby, baby, baby? No. Justin Bieber just may be letting out a sigh of relief at the reported demise of the paternity claim against him by 20-year-old Mariah Yeater. TMZ wrote this morning that Yeater’s case was quietly dismissed last week, and that the Californian’s lawyers Lance Rogers and Matt Pare are no longer working for her (or, in TMZ’s words, they “quit” her).
News broke early last week that Justin Bieber had reportedly agreed to take a DNA test to resolve the entire matter. It was also noted that the pop singer’s legal team, headed up by Howard Weitzman, then planned to sue Yeater for scandalizing Bieber’s name.
“I just think it’s crazy, because every night after the show I’ve gone right from the stage right to my car, so it’s crazy that some people want to make up such false allegations,” Justin said regarding the case, while on the Today Show two week sago. “But to set the record straight, none of it is true.”
If Yeater’s case has really been dropped, do you think Justin’s team should, in turn, cancel the planned suit against her? Or should an example be set by pursuing legal action against Mariah?
Let us know your thoughts below, Beliebers.