Discussion in 'Off The Beaten Track' started by overedge, Nov 2, 2011.
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I wonder about the group in the center of the Venn Diagram of the "Twilight Moms", and the Bieber +40's.
Many folks have been conceived by the "withdraw" method. It don't work.
I don't think the story is true either.
When I was young I never liked guys my own age or younger.
Now that I'm 40, I find younger men not so bad
They just got be legal, at least 28 and over.
I don't know if it's true or not but he hasn't actually denied the encounter took place has he?
Apparently his psychotic teen fans have sent this girl death threats. Add her to the ever growing list. Love him or hate him, and this girl might be he biggest liar in the lot, but the behavior of his die-hard fans is disgusting. I would be ashamed of my child if she sent death threats to anyone, but especially over some teen hearthrob. His fans are out of control.
He wouldn't be handing it over to the girl. Or even her lawyer.
He'd go to a lab for the test, preferably one he picks (and his people are smart enough to insist on that) and the lab would send a report to the girl's lawyer to compare against the baby's lab report and her lab report..
No DNA would be flying around free.
You are really taking the fun out of this. Think of the conspiracies we could dream up. The girl is in cahoots with her lawyer and some off the grid lab, they get a hold of Bieber's DNA and clone him. All of a sudden we have dozens of little Bieberettes all over the place.
I am the fortunate mother of a teen and a tween who both couldn't care less about Bieber. The only comment I've ever heard from them is that his hair is weird. Now, Selena Gomez ... well that's a different story altogether.
Sounds like a soap opera: As the Sperm Turns
Loved the Grandfather on Inside Edition. He said she is pretty sure he is the father. And she is basiclly a good person! She wants 12k a month for support. I think this kid if he is the father should go for custody. Bet she changes her story really fast.
If he is the father why shouldn't he pay child support? Instead he should try and intimidate her?
My tween was crazy about Bieber for about 5 minutes but couldn't stand Gomez who had a song on the radio I actually liked at the time. It was very annoying... Of course, now she doesn't like either and I'm subjected to Glee and Musicals every time she's in the car.
Clearly MacMadame does not watch the soaps If there's one thing I've learned watching the Y&R over the years it's that you NEVER let a piece of your DNA out of your sight. And that all DNA results can be manipulated.
I'm all about a man stepping up, and I don't think he should use his fame, wealth and resources to bully her, but if, by her own admission, the "relationship" lasted no more than a few minutes, I really question what a biological father's obligation is.
Further, she went into it knowing fully - according to her own story - that she was unprotected and could possibly become pregnant. Once she became pregnant she apparently didn't make any effort to contact the person she thought was the father to discuss options or to be involved in the pregnancy and childbirth. She didn't ask him to help choose a name or be part of the child's life for its first few months; she didn't even tell him about it. Now, she's apparently asking for acknowledgment and money - but not for her baby's biological father to be involved in his life.
I'm not sure what the answer is, but I do question a biological father's obligation under such circumstances.
I'm not surprised that Justin's camp has said nothing at this point - they have to be very careful how they handle this because it could set a precedent for what could very well be similar situations in the future. Plus, the less they play ball in this story, the less legs it has.
^ oh so let the kid suffer because the alleged mother didn't contact asap
Did I say that? I absolutely did not.
And has anyone said the kid is suffering? Is he sick? Is she too poor to provide basic necessities? Is she incapable of caring for the child?
I am only questioning a biological father's obligation when his involvement in the entire process from start to present has been minimal, and the mother has not indicated that she wants anything other than acknowledgment and money.
The obligation isn't to the mother; it's to the child. IMO, the biological father owes the child some level of support, no matter what.
The mother is apparently on welfare so the child does need to be taken care of. However even if the mother was well off a male should help with his child no matter what. It takes two people to have a child it doesn't matter what the intentions were at the time.
I highly doubt this story is true anyway because if it were this probably would have been dealt with behind closed doors.
THIS! I agree, I think she is pulling this off for a financial windfall selling her story. If it were true, Beiber's handlers likely would have privately coughed up major bucks and a beartrap tight legal document to keep her from shooting her mouth off.
The kicker is there's a chance she's going to be investigated for sexual activity with a minor. She may really live to regret this... http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/11/03/mariah-yeater-justin-bieber-baby_n_1075298.html
*IF* this turns out to be his kid I don´t imagine it's going to end as smoothly as the mother wants it. What I have seen of the family they aren't going to be comfortable just paying cash every month, they are going to want to be involved in that kids life.
He has denied it now on Today show:
Under the law (whether anyone agrees with it or not) a parent is legally obligated to support his or her biological children unless they've been given up for adoption.
He was also aware that unprotected sex could lead to a pregnancy - didn't stop him either, if the story is true. He has the right to ask to be involved in the child's life just as she has the right to ask for support for the child.
All the article said is that "if it is brought to our attention, we will look into it." Seriously, if the DNA shows that the kid is his, I doubt that the LAPD wants to look like it is punishing the mom for seeking support. If the DNA shows that the kid isn't his, she is more likely looking at other charges.
I see some pictures are floating around of the woman who claims to be pregnant by Justin. It's weird because she does not look like a teenager, she definitely looks more like someone in her 20s. I know the age difference wasn't THAT much but it seems even more odd when the woman looks to be in her 20s and the man looks like a boy who is all of 14. A mature looking woman should be running after the college jocks, non? Makes you wonder if she is really a child predator or just out for the money...
Yes, but how many college jocks are worth as much as JB?
Well then it goes to my other option about her just doing all of this for money, which makes me wonder whether she really ever slept with him or not.
Okay, I'm not saying a father (no matter how little his involvment was) should not pay child support. But the media blitz the Mother and her family is on is suspect. I'm sure they were well paid by the tabloids. Then the Grandfather goes on Inside Edition (paid), says she is "pretty sure he is the babies father" and "she is basiclly a good girl".
He seems clean cut and has a good support system around him. Maybe he would make the better parent.
I think mag's point was more than the girl might have preferred to sleep with Bieber over a college jock because Bieber's loaded.
I read that this girl has done this before to another guy, who turned out not to be the father. So does she have other children or was she lying about even being pregnant?
I haven't heard that one but it was on news today that the girls mother brought a paternity suit against her stepfather in 2007. She won that case.
Just because she looks mature?
I am just saying, most 19 year old women are more interested in slightly older guys, college aged at least. This is especially true for 19 year olds who are clearly mature and have the features all those guys are looking for. When is the last time you saw a 19 year old woman dating a 15 year old guy? That is not usual, especially when the girl looks older than her age and the boy looks younger.
But we're not talking about a regular, everyday 15-year-old guy. And we're not talking about a date. We're talking about a quickie with a celebrity.
same baby, different potential sperm donor
Lippe says Yeater came to their home in December 2010 and told Terranova she was pregnant with his child. He insisted he did not get her pregnant.
Maybe she's just hoping that Justin's people will give her a payoff to shut up rather than go through the court procedures and possible testing. And if she did have sex with him, she's hoping that she's won the lottery and it's his. Plus she's getting her 15 mins of fame, which seems to be a goal of many people these days.
Looking at the photos they have been putting up of her should be a lesson to everyone who puts up photos and other private things on facebook etc..about how all that stuff isn't private and will come back to haunt you.
No matter how old Justin Bieber is now (17?) he looks 14 at best. I'm guessing a year ago he looked ever younger. As much as I can understand (or at least try) being blinded by someone's celebrity, I can't understand being sexually attracted to someone who looks so young.
The girl in question I think is full of shit. Even if he's sexually active (eek), why on earth would he choose to have his first time with a random weird chick when he has Selena Gomez?
Two words: Jesse James.
I think she probably already tried that privately, and his people told her to go away.
I know nothing about how these things work, but with a paternity suit, does the court want to see evidence that at least makes it plausible that the alleged baby-daddy was involved, before ordering DNA tests and such? I.e. In this case, would she be expected to show that it was at least possible that she and the Biebs were in a small room together unsupervised on the date in question?
Dunno how it works elsewhere, but here, in this sort of case, a DNA test is the first step. There is no futzing around with details and eyewitnesses; either he is or he ain't.
There are complicated situations that go beyond DNA, but in this case, none of them would apply.
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