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Justin Bieber has taken a swipe at Mariah Yeater via his Twitter account on Saturday, more than six months after the single mother accused him of fathering her baby boy.
"Dear mariah yeeter [sic]...we have never met...so from the heart i just wanted to say," and he then posted a link to an audio clip from comedy movie "Borat" in which the title character repeats "you will never get this!"
The "Boyfriend" singer has recently been busy working on his upcoming "Believe" album among other projects, but has not forgotten about Yeater, who has been MIA since demanding that Bieber undergo a paternity test so that she could allegedly prove that he fathered her son.
The 20-year-old had claimed that she met Bieber after one of his concerts in California when they engaged in consensual sex which is how she allegedly conceived her almost one-year-old son, Trystyn Anthony Markhouse.
"None of it is true," Bieber told "Today" show host Matt Lauer. "I know I'm going to be a target, but I'm never going to be a victim. It's crazy, every night after the show I've gone right from the stage right to my car, so it's crazy some people want to make up such false allegations."
Yeater's claims were further questioned when her ex-boyfriend Robbie Powell claimed that he was the father and accused her of concocting the Bieber story for fame and money, according to TMZ.
She reportedly dropped her paternity lawsuit in November although representatives for Bieber suggested that they would sue her for false claims.
"It's sad that someone would fabricate such a malicious, defamatory, and demonstrably false claim. We'll continue to consider all of our options to protect Justin," a representative for Bieber told The Insider.
Bieber's long-time girlfriend, Selena Gomez, was reportedly unfazed by Yeater's claims and stood by the 18-year-old throughout the paternity ordeal.