Mariah Yeater text messages on Justin Bieber baby revealed, lawyer Jeffery Leving says case not yet over

By on Nov 17, 2011 in Hollywood, Lifestyle, United States Comments

Updated: April 22, 2012 11:00 a.m.

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Mariah Yeater, who claims that Justin Bieber is the father of her baby, allegedly sent text messages to a friend, requesting him to delete them especially that talk about the issue.

Alleged Mariah Yeater text
message about her baby

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As noted by TMZ on Thursday, November 17, 2011, the text messages that Yeater wanted to be deleted include a message from her mom revealing Justin Bieber is not the father of her baby, Tristyn Anthony Markhouse Yeate.

“Pleeease erase all messages from my mom where she says Tristyn is Robbies son, I’ll kick u when we get paid im trusting u pleeease” The text message reads, TMZ said.

“Would you please stress to Robbie how important it is for him to be in his son’s life?” Another text message reads, as all messages end with ‘Mariah Laci‘ where Laci being her middle name.

According to the report, Robbie is being referred to as Yeater‘s former boyfriend. TMZ did not reveal the name of the message recipient but noted that it is someone Yeater knows even before she gave birth.

Meanwhile, Jeffery Leving, Yeater‘s lawyer, stressed out that the lawsuit against Justin Bieber is not over, contrary to earlier reports saying that it has been dismissed and two lawyers withdrew from the case.

“She (Yeater) believes Justin Bieber is the father. Right now there’s no more interviews for Mariah Yeater, I’m not going to allow that.” Leving, a Chicago Paternity Attorney, told WGN Morning News also on Thursday.

“Secondly, negotiations are going on right now with Bieber‘s counsel and we’re trying to negotiate a private, secure DNA test with the same safe guards that would exist if there were a court order, but without a court order.” The lawyer added.

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