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First, Bieber will take a DNA test. Then, once the 'Baby' hitmaker proves he's no baby maker, he and his team will go on the offensive and file suit against Yeater for making false allegations.
The well-coiffed, oft-bespectacled heartthrob is currently in Belfast for the MTV EMAs, but he plans to take the test as soon as he returns to the United States in two weeks, TMZ says. His lawyer, Howard Weitzman, has reportedly already picked the lab, and a source tells the gossip site that Yeater's camp acted "nervous" upon hearing the news.
A potential suit from Bieber isn't the only legal trouble facing Yeater. Next month, she'll appear in a Las Vegas court to answer to misdemeanor assault charges stemming from a showdown with ex-boyfriend John Terranova, who Yeater originally accused of being her baby daddy.
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