Mariah Yeater, who has accused Justin Bieber of fathering her child, is now speaking out about the time they spent together and his alleged “aggressive” behavior.
Yeater, 20, has been making media rounds to defend her position in attempting to prove that the 17-year-old crooner conceived a child with her. In an interview with TV News Magazine, Yeater said the singer’s behavior changed before her eyes.
“(He) went from cute and gushy to just...more aggressive,” the Californian accuser said of Bieber.
She outlined personal and intimate details about her experience with the singer after an Oct. 2010 concert at the Staples Center. Yeater also told The Insider that she is not worried about people judging her questionable past and drawing conclusions about whether Bieber is the father of her three-month-old son.
"Everyone's had a past and made mistakes -- there's nothing wrong with that," Yeater told The Insider on their Tuesday edition. "No one's past should matter [toward] a future situation, or anything of that matter."
The alleged mother of Bieber’s baby told The Insider she was confident about proving her honesty in court.
"It'll show in court to prove that my allegations are true," Yeater said.
After Bieber agreed to take a DNA test, Yeater’s lawyers seemed equally enthusiastic.
Lance Rogers and Matt Pare, Yeater’s legal team, said they feel good about Bieber announcing he will take the test in two weeks.
"We are encouraged that Justin Bieber will voluntarily take the paternity test. That is the only way to definitively determine who the father is," the lawyers said to TMZ.
A child support hearing for Yeater’s son will take place on Dec. 15.