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Justin Bieber Wants to Be a Father, Hopes to Spend Christmas With Kids (PHOTO)

In London, star tells fans he loves London girls and wants to be a daddy

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November 9, 2011|10:16 am

Justin Bieber was in London recently talking about how he wants to be a father and really likes London girls, in the midst of rumors that he is already a father to the 4-month-old son of Mariah Yeater, the woman who alleges the pop teen idol impregnated her after a concert last year.

In London to participate in a Christmas tree lighting ceremonies, Bieber was asked how he imagined he would spend the holidays in 20 years, CBS News reported.

The 17 year-old singer answered: “Hopefully, in 20 years, I'll have kids and stuff, so, I don't know, be with them.”

Despite being accused of fathering a child as a result of a one-night stand with a fan in a bathroom while being known to have a family-friendly reputation, Bieber, a self-professed Christian, still flirted with the hundreds of young female fans on hand to get a glimpse of the superstar at one of the ceremonies.

“My favorite part about London is all the girls!” Bieber told the cheering crowd.

Bieber has agreed to take a DNA test to prove that he is not Yeater's baby's daddy, and his lawyers have threatened to sue for defamation once the test proves Bieber's claim.

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However, a report published online by the Daily Mail shows photos of Yeater's baby and Justin as a child, revealing similarities, especially in the nose.

Is there a resemblance between Bieber as a baby (bottom right) and Yeater's child?

 

However, Yeater's ex-boyfriend, John Terranova, thinks the whole thing is a "scam."

"I know it's not Justin Bieber," Terranova told the New York Post. "She just wants money. It's a scam."

 

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