Mariah Yeater: My Past ‘Mistakes’ Don’t Affect Claims Against Justin Bieber

By Radar Staff

The 20-year-old California woman who’s claiming Justin Bieber‘s the father of her 3-month-old son tells Tuesday’s edition of The Insider she’s not concerned with any shots at her character in the wake of her accusations against the beloved pop star.

Asked if she’s worried pundits will bring up her past, Mariah Yeater said, “They already have.”

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“Everyone’s had a past and made mistakes — there’s nothing wrong with that,” Yeater said. “No one’s past should matter [toward] a future situation, or anything of that matter.”

On Monday, she told the TV newsmagazine the Canadian singer “went from cute and gushy to just… more aggressive” prior to having sex in a backstage bathroom at the Staples Center following an October 2010 concert. Yeater said she got pregnant with her son Tristyn after 30 seconds of unprotected intercourse with the Never Say Never star, adding she’s provided evidence to her attorneys to back up her claims.

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“It’ll show in court to prove that my allegations are true,” Yeater said, declining to go into detail about her evidence.

Yeater claims in court papers first reported by Star magazine that her encounter with the teen heartthrob was “brief, lasting only approximately 30 seconds” and that Bieber “was clearly embarrassed about how the sex did not last very long.”

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Her son was born in July; a child support hearing is scheduled for December 15.

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More with Yeater airs on Tuesday’s edition of The Insider; in the meantime, for up-to-the-minute updates on Bieber and the paternity suit, keep it right here on, and pick up a copy of Star, on newsstands now.


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