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It’s Not Over!! Michael Jordan’s Alleged Baby Mama To Refile Paternity Suit

Submitted by on April 8, 2013 – 8:34 am101 Comments
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The woman who claims Michael Jordan is the father of her teenage son plans on refiling her paternity suit against the basketball legend. Pamela Smith originally filed a paternity suit against MJ in early February, but requested the judge dismiss the case last month, leading to speculation that she’d been paid off (a claim that MJ’s camp has since denied).

Despite the abrupt move, Pamela has vowed to continue the fight to prove MJ fathered her now 16-year-old child, and her legal team has revealed why the suit was dropped in the first place. According to TMZ:

“…she did not drop the lawsuit because she’s waving the white flag — there was a technical legal problem with the docs and she plans on re-filing the paternity case STAT.

Pamela’s technical legal problem is actually amusing … before filing her case against Jordan, she forgot one little thing — removing her ex-husband from the birth certificate which lists him as the daddy.”

Pamela claims to have had a two-year relationship with MJ after meeting him in Chicago, resulting in her pregnancy. But according to MJ’s publicist, “Public records show that the paternity of the child was established in a prior case in this same court many years ago and that Michael Jordan is not the father.” If you ask me, a trip to Maury will put an end to this whole situation.

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