It was only a matter of time before Mariah Yeater hit the entertainment news circuit -- and that time is now. Yeater accused Justin Bieber of fathering her baby after a 30-second bathroom sexual encounter, and now she's talking directly to the media.
Yeater gave her version of events that fateful night in an exclusive interview with The Insider.
"He immediately took a liking to me," Yeater said. "We just got to talking and it was me and him with like, other people elsewhere, and then he eventually asked me, he said, 'Would you mind if we could go somewhere and be alone?"
"When we got to what turned out to be a bathroom, his whole demeanor changed," Yeater said. "It went from cute and gushy, you know, to just more aggressive."
"I have provided evidence to my attorneys, and it will show in court to prove that my allegations are true," Yeater told The Insider, but refused to discuss what exactly that evidence is.
The Insider claims to have talked to Bieber's security guard, who verified that on the night in question, Bieber went straight to his dressing room with him mom, his hair stylist and his BFF -- and the security guard walked him straight to the car. There was no Yeater and no bathroom dalliance, according to the man.
"No comment," Yeater said when confronted with the witness statement.
Watch the Mariah Yeater interview on The Insider:
Bieber doesn't seem to be sweating it. He briefly mentioned the scandal while accepting his second of two MTV Europe Awards this weekend, saying, "There's been a lot of crap on the internet lately but I've pulled through it."
Justin Bieber denies fathering the child and says he has never even met Yeater.
One way or another, Yeater is going to pay for pointing the finger at Bieber. If it turns out that the boy is his baby, Yeater could be brought up on charges of statutory rape. The teen icon insists the baby isn't his -- Bieber plans to take a DNA test and if it is not his kid, he says he will sue Yeater for defamation.
Watch Yeater's entire interview tonight on The Insider. Check your local listings for channel and times.
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