Juvenile Wants His 13-Year-Old Son To Take A Paternity Test

Juvenile’s court battle over unpaid child support has just gone from bitter to very sad in a hurry. The rapper filed paperwork this week questioning whether his thirteen-year-old son is even his. If the test proves he’s not, Juvenile would like a judge to throw out the one hundred and sixty thousand dollars his fraudulent baby mama claims he owes, and in addition, he’d like her to pay back every single dollar he spent supporting the child for the last thirteen years.

According to TMZ, the musician has reason to suspect the boy’s mother was sleeping with at least one other man at the time of conception. Obviously, a man has every right to know whether his children are actually his, but if this poor kid winds up being someone else’s offspring, he could well end up broke and fatherless. That would be a travesty, but the rapper seems intent on finding out the truth one way or another.

There’s no word yet on whether the paternity test has been taken or even agreed to, but both parties are due back in court next month. One would imagine some sort of process to begin solving this mess will be formulated at that juncture. Until then, expect more name calling and more bitterness in this Maury episode gone wrong.

Pop Blend’s thoughts go out to the thirteen-year-old kid, the real victim here.

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