He's barely old enough to drive, but Justin Bieber is already taking his very first paternity test.
Mariah Yeater isn't backing down from her lawsuit in which she accuses the Mistletoe singer of being the father of her four month old son. But Bieber has no problem taking a DNA test to prove the child isn't his.
"All this stuff is dealt with by my legal team," Bieber said. "But if they want me to (take a paternity test) then I will.”
Bieber stands by his claim that he "never met the woman," making her allegations of banging Justin Bieber in a bathroom a complete lie. Unless there was some other sixteen year old pretending to be Justin Bieber just to get laid, which is also a very strong possibility.
Bieber says Yeater is probably doing this for attention, but she won't get the opportunity to meet the singer.
Britain's Star magazine asked Bieber what he would say to Mariah if he could meet her, and the singer told the mag: "Nothing. I wouldn’t waste my time… I guess (she's done this) for attention, but it’s not something I am interested in. These people are not worth my thought or time.”
Man, and I was really looking forward to a special celebrity episode of Maury.
When asked if he's worried about his reputation being damaged by Yeater's claims, Bieber responded:
"Not at all … When these people’s lies are eventually exposed, it’s them who end up looking bad not the artists … My fans, as always, have been great. I really can’t ever thank them enough for all the support they always show me. I really do think I have the best fans in the world - I could not ask for anything more.”
Uh, yeah, that "support" is threatening to kill people on your behalf. So they're great fans, but terrifying human beings.
Meanwhile, his relationship with Selena Gomez is still in tact, despite the baby daddy drama.
"She (Selena) is doing great – like me she just ignores things," Bieber explained. "She had to get used to some pretty horrible stuff being said about her on twitter when we first got together, and since then she has just learned to ignore all the rubbish that is written about us.”
Bieber adds that fame has been a learning experience for both he and Selena:
"Both Selena and myself have had to get used to this stuff; it’s part of being in the industry. It’s not right that we have to get used to it, but it’s one of those things you need to accept. We’ve both learned to ignore the rubbish that comes out. I don’t want to give these people any attention.”