Justin Bieber Fans Send Death Threats To Alleged Baby Mama

November 3, 2011 By:
Justin Bieber Fans Send Death Threats To Alleged Baby Mama

Hell hath no fury like a Belieber defending their 17 year-old pop star god.

News broke on Wednesday that 20 year-old Mariah Yeater had filed a paternity suit against Justin Bieber, claiming he is the father of her three-month old baby. After hearing this, Beliebers took to Twitter to do what they do best: threaten to kill people.

Back in February, Justin Bieber's fans sent death threats to Esperanza Spalding when she beat him out for a Grammy. Her only crime? Being a good singer. If Beliebers go after someone for that, imagine what they're doing with this Justin Bieber baby drama. Well, actually, you don't have to imagine. Here are some highlights from Twitter:

@EvelynHorwitz: "Dear Mariah Yeater, Roses are red violets are blue, stay away from Bieber or Beliebers will kill you."

Now that's some serious serial killer sh-t right there. And if that's not crazy enough:

@KarenortizJDB: "I should give you a device. Well, go away before millions of Beliebers kill you."

Okay, this is getting out of hand. We need a clinical psychologist. Luckily, Dr. Jeffrey Gardere is one. And he told FOX411: " “These girls are obsessed with Justin. They probably think the girl is lying about being with him and trying to take advantage of him."

Uh, okay. I guess we didn't need a clinical psychologist to tell us that, but it's nice to have a professional confirm that Beliebers are bona fide crazy.

Meanwhile, in more reasonable news, Yeater's lawyers have asked Beiber to take a paternity test to confirm he's the father.

Attorney Lance Rogers told Star magazine: "Mariah Yeater is pursuing a modest and rightful claim. There is credible evidence that Justin Bieber is in fact the father of her baby. The evidence will be revealed in court."

I hate to say it, mostly because I don't want to get killed by Beliebers, but it seems like there's a chance this might actually be a Justin Bieber baby.

Yeater alleges that Bieber approached her after a concert and asked politely to bang her. Of course, she said yes. And because it was his "first time", Justin didn't want to use a condom, Yeater claims.

And Yeaters' lawyers make a good point about the response to the Justin Bieber baby drama:

"It is noteworthy that Justin Bieber himself has not denied the fundamental fact that he had unprotected sex with Mariah Yeater following a concert in Los Angeles. If Justin Bieber is willing to voluntarily undergo a paternity, test Ms. Yeater welcomes such cooperation and will be happy to resolve this issue in a less public manner. We call upon Justin Bieber and his attorneys to reach out to resolve this issue in a reasonable manner."