EXCLUSIVE REPORT: Following the filing of a paternity lawsuit Monday against Justin Bieber by 20-year-old fan Mariah Yeater, there are new shocking details of their encounter emerging exclusively to Truthquake.com.
A freelance journalist who works for Reuters and the Chicago Tribune said that when he was researching the Bieber-Yeater incident, he could not find any pictures from after the concert, which are usually available.
He contacted his friend who was the photographer at the event, and he said he was paid $200,000 by Bieber’s handlers for pictures of the singer after the October 25, 2010 Los Angeles Staples Center concert covered with sweat, his t-shirt ripped and his hair out of place.
It seemed the handlers wanted to ensure these photos would never seen by the public.
On the night when the Justin Bieber concert had just ended, Yeater was approached by concert staff.
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Bieber’s road manager had asked the young lady backstage, saying that the pop star badly wanted to meet her. It was noted by many people that Justin seemed to be fixated by the young lady near the front row throughout the entire evening.
But their meeting allegedly turned into a sexual encounter that went wrong.
“He’s raping me!” Mariah Yeater screamed from backstage of the Staples Center, according to our sources.
No police or security responded to her screams.
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When Yeater later reported the incident to Staples Center security, she was left waiting in an office for over four hours.
Frustrated, she left the arena and never reported the incident, said the sources.
No record of the report can be found. However, the smoking gun is the $200,000 the photographer was paid by Bieber’s handlers for the incriminating photos from after the concert.
The photographer refused to comment on any further details of the incident, but did admit to receiving that sum, with the agreement that his name not be used.
Yeater gave birth to son Tristyn Anthony Markhouse Yeater on July 6, 2011 and claims he is Justin Bieber’s illegitimate child.
In her lawsuit, she is asking Bieber to “undergo a paternity test to scientifically confirm that he is in fact that father of my baby” and “provide adequate support for my baby.”
If Bieber consents to a paternity test, DNA testing would determine if what Yeater is claiming is true or not.
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