Justin Biebers Fans Attack Woman Making Paternity Claims
The woman who claims Justin Bieber is the father of her baby is feeling the full fury of Bieber fans who have launched an online attack against her. INSIDE EDITION has the latest.
Death threats are pouring in against the woman who claims Justin Bieber is the father of her baby.
Bieber's fans, millions of teens who call themselves "Beliebers," are launching a vitriolic online attack on the star's alleged baby mama, Mariah Yeater.
One tweeter actually writes, "Roses are red, violets are blue, stay away from Bieber or the Beliebers will KILL YOU!"
Another says "I could kill this b----, really she messes with my baby!!! She is sooo dead!"
"You messed with the wrong person & fanbase! Go away famewhore!" said another.
Yeater is the latest woman to feel the sting of Bieber's rabid fanbase. Death threats have poured in directed at his girlfriend, Selena Gomez, and Kim Kardashian after she was photographed frolicking on the beach with the teen heartthrob.
And new details are emerging from the paternity lawsuit. Yeater says that Bieber makes $4.5 million dollars, while she lives on food stamps and welfare totaling about $500 a month. Yeater was raised in a humble home in Las Vegas.
Yeater is seeking $12,000 a month in child support for her 3-month-old son, Tristyn.
Yeater's lawyers are putting the heat on Bieber to take a paternity test, saying in a statement, "She merely requests that Justin Bieber provide a DNA sample to verify that he is the father of her baby, and if so, to help provide child support."
Bieber continues to adamantly deny he is the father, calling her claims "malicious and false."
Meantime, Bieber has denied the baby is his and says he will use all available legal remedies to protect his reputation.
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