Twenty-year-old Mariah Yeater threw everyone for a loop when she claimed that teen singer Justin Bieber fathered her three-month-old son, Tristyn. She launched a lawsuit against him over paternity, demanding that he take a DNA test. He agreed and said that he would sue the pants off of her when it was all said and done.
We exclusively busted Mariah for being a hired happy-ender on an adult website back in January 2011. We had other suspicions, of course. With other guys creeping out of the woodwork saying that she pinned the paternity on them, as well.
Now, apparently someone has come forward with some evidence to prove that Mariah was a fake from the beginning. Oh snap, s**t just got real. TMZ reports:
The person to whom Mariah Yeater sent the text asked us to blur his name — we’ll call him John. He has been in touch with Yeater regularly … even before the baby was born on July 6.
In the text, Yeater pleads for John to “ERASE ALL MESSAGES from my mom.” The text goes on to say that her mom sent John messages in the past, stating that baby Tristyn was fathered by Robbie — an ex-boyfriend.
She then goes on to talk about giving John money if he cooperates: “Ill kick u when we get paid.”
I guess, in the end, she really just wanted to be famous. As a result, she’s likely to be sued by Justin for attaching his name to some made-up hyped-up scandal.
Mariah Yeater Exposed As A Fraud With Text Messages was last modified: November 17th, 2011 by