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It's War! Jay Z's Alleged Love Child In Explosive Courtroom Showdown

//Jay Z Paternity Case Trial Court Date Set pp

Apr. 28 2017, Updated 2:16 p.m. ET

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The messy legal battle involving Jay Z and his alleged love child is heating up, RadarOnline.com has learned, as a trial date has been set for a lawsuit filed by the rapper’s alleged love child, 23-year-old Rymir Satterthwaite against his former attorney.

SEE THE CASE MANAGEMENT ORDER HERE

The lawsuit, which alleged “fraud and corruption,” was filed last November, and a trial date was granted for March 24.

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“It is expected that the case will be ready for trial Dec. 3, 2018 and counsel should anticipate trial to begin expeditiously thereafter,” the case management order states.

In Jay Z’s latest legal drama, alleged love child Rymir, his mother, Wanda, and legal guardian Lillie Collie filed a lawsuit against Lillie’s attorney, James Rocco. They accused Rocco of colluding with Jay Z’s legal team to help prevent the rap mogul from ever having to take a DNA test, according to the explosive court documents.

SEE THE SHOCKING COURT DOCUMENTS

The suit also accused Jay Z of lying to the courts about owning property in New Jersey, so he could avoid having to take a paternity test there.

As Radar has reported, Rymir’s mother began her legal battle to prove Jay Z was his father back in 2010. Since then, the rapper and his team of pit-bull lawyers have used a variety of tactics to block a DNA test.

“I will not stop until justice is served in court,” Rymir previously told Radar. “Everybody deserves a fair process in a court of law.”

As reported in January, “Single Ladies” songbird Beyoncé was blindsided by news of Rymir’s existence, and the stunning allegation that Jay Z’s alleged baby mama was a barely legal teen when she got pregnant! The rapper has denied being Rymir’s father.

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