Friday, 18 November 2011

Baby Bieber Baby

If you're gonna make a paternity claim against Justin Bieber, it's probably be a good idea not to have alleged texts lying around that seem to disprove your case.
It would appear that was the fate of Mariah Yeater: She's the San Diego woman who filed a paternity suit two weeks ago against the "Baby" singer before abruptly withdrawing it yesterday.
Here's what's been happening—and what Bieber has to say about it...

Text messages obtained by TMZ that are allegedly from Yeater to an third party—which the site identified only as "John"—seem to undermine her allegations about Bieber being the father.

In one missive that looks particularly damning if true, Yeater seems to imply that an ex-boyfriend named Robbie fathered her three-month-old son Tristyn—and then asks her pal to delete those texts.
"Pleeease ERASE ALL MESSAGES from my mom where she says Tristyn is Robbie's Son," reads her alleged message. "I'll kick u when we get paid. I'm trusting you pleeease."

In another text, Bieber's accuser supposedly writes: "Would you please stress to Robbie how important it is for him to be in his son's life?"
"John" has since shared the messages with Bieber's attorney, Howard Weitzman who labeled the California woman's actions nothing more than a shakedown attempt.

"This information proves Mariah Yeater fabricated the story. Our independent investigation indicates Ms. Yeater never met Justin, she has consistently identified another man as the child's father, and Ms. Yeater and her co-conspirators hatched this scheme in order to extort money from him and to sell her story to the media," the legal eagle told E! News in a statement Thursday.  "There have been no settlement discussions and there never will be."

Yeater's new attorney, Jeffrey Leving, however cast doubt on the authenticity of the texts.
"Well, they are allegedly sent to somebody who or may not be named John," Leving told E! exclusively. "I immediately made a call to look into this. And the information I have is these text messages were not sent by her…they were just fabricated. Do I know if that is true or not? No, but I do intend to look into that as it was just brought to my attention."
Leving took over from San Diego-based attorney, Matt Pare, who stopped representing Yeater this week after the story of her alleged hook up with the pop star began to unravel.

Bieber, for his part, seems to have maintained his sense of humor. The singer said in a radio interview with Elvis Duran, "As far as the whole 'baby' situation, it's unfortunate that it had to happen like that, you know, people make false accusations but things happen in this industry and you just have to keep your head high and be positive.
"If it was up to me, it would've been a better story—like Justin Bieber went off to South America with this 27-year-old supermodel. That would've been an awesome rumor."

With Bieber's camp promising to fight the allegations, not to mention force her to run up a hefty legal bill, Yeater filed a motion to dismiss her paternity action on Nov. 9.
Despite the move, Bieber's publicist told E! News today that the entertainer still plans to take a paternity test to put the matter to rest once and for all and hold "those involved with bringing this suit accountable for their actions."
A source tells E! News that Team Biebs has hired a private investigator to look into Yeater's background. (A rep for his legal team says that they're "declining to comment on any specifics.")

As to whether or not Yeater will re-file her suit, her new counsel remarked that his team would "consider anything if it made sense." But at the moment Leving said they're trying to settle the case out of court, including negotiating Bieber's DNA test, due to safety concerns for Mariah and the child.
"She has received many death threats. She received death threats by phone and thus changed her home phone number," noted the attorney. "So if we can accomplish this outside of the court system that would probably be the best."
That doesn't sound likely to happen.

Bieber's manager Scooter Braun told Duran on his show, "They said they were in settlement talks with us, but bottom line is they will never be in settlement talks with us. We will never settle with them. That's my little guy right there; I protect him. And they messed with the wrong crew. It's false and people should be held accountable for saying this stuff. And they got this lawyer running around saying, 'Well, we want everything to be held confidentially now.' You don't get to go out there and badmouth a 17-year-old kid to the entire world and suddenly think it's gonna stay confidential. And we're not gonna go away quietly."

"I'm not gonna be a victim," added Bieber.

Haha this is getting crazy. Is it that hard to believe a 17 year old boy wanted to make sweet sweet carnal love unprotected? At least he will still be taking the DNA test. If I was in his position...oh boy, I'd probably have multiple paternity law suits already. But it'd be okay since I have a ton of money and the toughest lawyers around who will literally take money and slap people around.

Do you guys think the world is in for some drastic changes?

Monday, 14 November 2011


"Justin Bieber, the same Justin Bieber who got a ticket diving a car that is too fast for him and that he is probably too young and too immature to own, just bought an expensive new Range Rover. I think it is safe to say that at 17 Justin Bieber is just too young to handle the kind of money he is making. 

You may be wondering how expensive is this new Range Rover that Bieber bought? Try over one hundred thousand dollars expensive. That is just a ridiculous amount of money for anyone to spend on a Range Rover of all cars. According to reports the stereo system and speakers alone cost fifty thousand. Are you kidding me? So is Bieber going to be one of those annoying people who drives down the street with his beats bumping and shaking other people's cars and waking people up in the middle of the night? 

My question is, what kind of parent lets their child waste their money on that kind of car when they are barely old enough to drive? What kind of lesson does this send to Justin about spending his money wisely? Based on history, the odds are that Bieber will be a nobody in by the time he is 21, so he should spend his money a little smarter than he is. Nobody thought Michael Jackson could ever go broke, but he did, and believe me when I say that Justin Bieber is no Michael Jackson. 

It also begs to question, why would his mother let him buy this car in light of the fact that he was caught speeding like a maniac in his last car? Does she have any control over him at all? 

At 17, Justin Bieber should be learning about responsibility. Too many young stars that are acting like Bieber have ended up broke and alone after their short careers are over. Fame doesn't last forever and either does the money. He is too immature to understand this and his mother should be in charge of his money right now and showing him a little responsibility."

Although I wish I had a range rover and a $50,000 sound system when I was 17. You know how many car alarms would go off when I crank that bass?! Yeeeeeeah!

Wednesday, 9 November 2011

Justin Biebers Snake

"There are many gags that could open this Justin Bieber story — jokes that simply shouldn’t be made about a 17-year-old boy and his no-touch zone — so suffice to say this: Justin Bieber has a pet snake named Johnson, and he is auctioning it for charity.

Johnson, a baby boa constrictor, is valued at US$1,000, the Washington Post reports — though at time of writing, bidding on the reptile is at $175.

Funds raised through the auction are set to go towards Pencils of Promise, a charity that builds schools and aids other educational efforts in the developing world, and bidding is set to end Nov. 29.
It’s unclear why Bieber is giving away the snake. Whatever the case, the animal is a special footnote of Bieber trivia.

The pop star repeatedly whipped out the snake while walking the red carpet of the MTV Video Music Awards in August — all the better to ask the following of everyone from girlfriend Selena Gomez to Access Hollywood reporters: “You want to hold my Johnson?”"

Haha imagine he put his virginity up for auction? Wonder how many schools he can build in undeveloped countries with that kind of money.

I'd buy it. (Anyone try these?)

Friday, 4 November 2011


"The Beliebers lined up outside the Today Show‘s New York City studios Thursday night, just so they could see Justin Bieber deliver a statement about that paternity-suit business. “I’d just like to say, basically, that none of those allegations are true,” Bieber said on Friday morning’s episode of the Today Show. Host Matt Lauer asked the pop star what he’d care to say about recent reports that Bieber fathered a three-month-old baby. Mariah Yeater, a 20-year-old California woman, is suing Bieber, demanding a paternity test and child support. And when asked if he knows Yeater,

Bieber replied: “Never met the woman.” “I know that I’m gonna be a target, but I’m never going to be a victim,” Bieber said on Today. “I just think it’s crazy, because every night after the show, I’ve gone right from the stage, right to my car,” which is, you’ll recall, a Batmobile, “so it’s crazy that some people want to make up such false allegations. But to set the record straight, none of it is true.”

 Earlier this week, Bieber tweeted that he was going “to ignore” the allegations directed at him, although his reps issued a statement about Yeater’s suit Tuesday, following a Star magazine report of the would-be Bieber baby. “While we haven’t yet seen the lawsuit, it’s sad that someone would fabricate malicious, defamatory and demonstrably false claims,” said Bieber’s reps.

“We will vigorously pursue all available legal remedies to defend and protect Justin against these allegations.” And although it seemed Bieber’s appearance on Today was largely to talk up his new Christmas album — and a return appearance to the show Nov. 23 — he was apparently happy for the chance to address the paternity suit on TV. Following the interview, he tweeted to the Today Show: “thanks for letting me set the record straight. what is real are my fans . . . this album . . . and this charity work. see u guys the 23rd.” Bieber was referring to his new charity, The Believe Charity Drive, which coincided with the release of his Christmas album. As for Yeater,

The Associated Press reports that L.A. police have not opened a statutory rape investigation against her in relation to her alleged Bieber encounter, although it is a possibility. (According to Yeater’s claims, she would have had sex with Bieber when she was 19 and he was 16; the age of consent in California is 18, and being with a partner three or more years younger would be considered a misdemeanour.) “If it’s brought to our attention, of course, we’ll look into it,” L.A. police Commander Andrew Smith told AP. A member of Yeater’s legal team, Matthew Pare, told AP that any threat of a rape investigation is “a totally separate issue” from the paternity suit.

 “The issue of statutory rape, even if she’s guilty, hypothetically, that has no bearing on the duties to provide child support,” he said. “The most important thing for our client is letting her know who her [child's] father is.” " -

 Anyone else read this? This girl would go to jail for rape just so she can get some child support. Which i guess would be worth it since jail time for womens are like playing at the park.


 Best Beliebe it.