Justin Bieber to Take DNA Test in Paternity Controversy

| by Michael Allen

TMZ.com reports that Justin Bieber is prepared to take a DNA test to prove he is not the father of Mariah Yeater's baby.

Bieber, who is currently in Europe, will take the test in two weeks when he returns to the United States. Mariah claims the singer is the father of her four-month-old son Tristyn Anthony Markhouse Yeater (picture left).

Bieber is reportedly determined to put an end to the scandal. Bieber's website claims that his lawyer Howard Weitzman contacted Yeater's attorneys on Friday, with Weitzman being directed "to find a laboratory to do the test."

Yeater, 20, who claims she had sex with the 17-year-old popstar backstage at one of his concerts, is seeking $250,000 from him in child support.

Yeater claims the resemblance between the singer and her son is uncanny, and says the evidence is all in the little boy's pout: "Look, just look at his mouth," she told the Daily Star Sunday. "Look familiar? I pray that Justin sees theses photos, looks at Tristyn and knows in his heart that this is his child and out child. It's going to be a nightmare for all of us if he keeps denying it."

"I just want what is right for our son I feel terribly hurt that we have been abandoned and none of my calls to Justin were returned."

However, It was recently revealed that Mariah accused two other men of being Tristyn's father before pointing the finger at Justin. She first said it was her ex-boyfriend John Terranova before saying it was a secret lover named Steve.

John said last night he did not believe he or Justin was the father. "She just wants money,' he told the Sunday Mirror.

According to TMZ, Yeater was previously arrested because she had hit John in the face. Court papers show she was arrested on December 21, 2010 on suspicion of battery domestic violence, injury/destroying property of another and making threatening telephone calls.