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Wednesday, November 16

Justin Bieber Alleged babymama drops paternity lawsuit

      The woman who claimed she had Justin Bieber's baby has apparently dropped her paternity suit, according to reports from the celebrity-gossip website TMZ.
Mariah Yeater's lawyers, Lance Rogers and Matt Pare, have also withdrawn from the case, the website reports.
        Yeater, 20, who gave birth to a baby boy in July, had said that she and Bieber met backstage at a concert in Los Angeles in October of last year, where he propositioned her.
After the accusation was levelled against him, the 17-year-old pop star said he would take a DNA test to prove he was not the father of Yeater's child.
Bieber has denied ever meeting Yeater, and in a short appearance on the Today Show last week, the star said it would have been impossible for him to have met, never mind impregnate, anyone.

    "It's crazy," he said. "Every night after the show, I'm gone right from the stage right to the car, so it's crazy that some people want to make such false allegations."
While accepting the Best Pop award at the EMAs Sunday night, Bieber said, "There's been a lot of crap on the Internet lately, but I've pulled through it."
Yeater has been charged with misdemeanour battery in a December 2010 incident, in which she allegedly slapped her ex-boyfriend during a disagreement. According to ABC News, Yeater had previously accused her ex of being her baby's father.