Justin Bieber's “other parents” are certain he is not the father of Mariah Yeater's baby, and that she is nothing but a golddigger, according to a report on Bieber's “baby mama” status.
Bieber was born to a 17-year-old mother and a carpenter with an assault record. Because of the risk of growing up in a broken home, Martin and Sharon Butler helped raise Bieber and had the future star live with them in their home since he was five years old to provide “additional parenting” and give him “British-styled principals” which they believe makes it impossible for him to be the father.
“We all knew that something like this would be coming sooner or later – that some woman would see dollar signs and try to shake him down,” Martin told the Daily Mail. “We gave Justin the boundaries he might not otherwise have had. We taught him to respect women and he has been coached by his handlers on the importance of being careful and resolute. There is no way that what this woman claims ever happened.”
Bieber's “other” brother, Ryan, also 17, agrees with their parents.
“Justin never mentioned her to me and I am certain he'd never even heard of her,” Ryan said. “It's just stupid that people even think this could have happened.”
He added: “[Bieber] would never screw up his life by having sex with some strange girl in a bathroom. It's not him. Every kid in Stratford knows about birth control and we were brought up not to have sex randomly. Sex is something that waits until you are the right age and you are sure it is the right thing to do.”
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.
One of Yeater's lawyers, Jeffry Leving, says that she is being “bullied” by Bieber's lawyers.
“What really compelled me to get involved in this case is viewing the way she is being bullied, intimidated, and frightened, and everybody is entitled to their day in court,” Leving told WGN-TV. “Everybody is entitled to access of the judicial system, and they shouldn't be battered or threatened with possible jail time or incarceration where she will lose her child and be locked up and threatened with a big lawsuit to bully her.”