Mariah Yeater Wanted To Settle With Justin Bieber Out Of Court

November 9, 2011 By:
Mariah Yeater Wanted To Settle With Justin Bieber Out Of Court

Is it just me, or is this starting to look like an elaborate plan to meet Justin Bieber?

Mariah Yeater has recruited a high-profile Chicago attorney to help her in her paternity battle with Justin Bieber. Jeffery Leving appeared on The Dr. Drew Show on Tuesday to say that Yeater's team attempted to contact Bieber's lawyers before filing a case, but they never received a response.

They wanted to settle the case "outside of court," but since Bieber's lawyers ignored their request, they now want a "carefully supervised" DNA test in order to establish his paternity. They also want an autographed CD, I'm betting.

"Justice is not a luxury for the rich," Leving said, adding that Yeater is just "a child herself." Yeater is twenty tears-old. "She probably doesn’t even know what to do right now, aside from caring for her child."

How bout putting some more crazy-eyed photos of herself on Facebook?

Yeater stands by her claim that she and Bieber had a very brief sexual encounter at a backstage bathroom after his performance at the Staples Center in October 2010. After she went public with the claim, it was revealed that she was sexual active with a couple other dudes around that time. One of those dudes was her high school boyfriend, who Yeater first accused of being her baby's father. It resulting in an argument that ended with her smashing in a car window.

Yeater responded to the claims by basically making the point that, just because she's banged a few guys, it doesn’t mean Bieber shouldn't be held responsible for his baby.

“I’m scared," Yeater said. "I was very hesitant. This is a very serious matter [and] it had to be brought to his attention. To everyone."

Yeater recently appeared on The Insider to give an interview about her claims. When confronted with video of Justin denying he's the father, Mariah broke down during the interview and left the room twice.

"I'm gonna be a target," Beiber said, on the Today Show. "But I'm never gonna be a victim."

Yeater claims that she has proof to back up her claims, and that she's submitted that proof to her lawyers.

“I have provided evidence to my attorneys and it will show in court to prove that my allegations are true. He immediately took a liking to me. We got to talking…and then…he asked me would you mind if we could go somewhere and be alone? He went from cute and gushy to more aggressive.”

Bieber will submit to the paternity test on December 15.