Doesn't seem like a paternity suit is that big a deal in this age of DNA testing. There's nothing to argue about. Just wait for the results.
A couple of family law attorneys commenting on Justin Bieber's case shrugged. If he knows he's not the father, he should take the test. It'll end any speculation. In fact, it's the only thing that would end speculation.
Of course, even if the boy knows he's not the father, his mother and lawyers and everyone else making decisions for him might not be entirely sure.
Now they're reporting that Justin's taking a DNA test and suing the impoverished unwed mother in question. I don't understand why he didn't simply take a DNA test to begin with, and I don't understand why he's suing someone with no money.
Hell, maybe he is the father.
Obviously he wouldn't use a condom. How would he get one? If I worked in a drug store and Justin Bieber came in looking for contraceptives, I'd take the tape from the security camera and sell it to the Enquirer. I don't know if he has a trusted personal assistant who could get him some. He should talk to his pediatrician about it next time he sees her.