Here We Go Again: Michael Jordan Gets Hit With Yet Another Paternity Suit

September 27, 2013  |  

Michaels Jordan’s life is becoming one huge Maury episode. Back in August we told you that Pamela Smith, a woman who filed a false paternity suit against the legendary athlete, was ordered by the courts to pay $10,000. Though we’re sure Michael was able to let out a sigh of relief after the ruling, it appears that it was only momentary. According to TMZ, another woman has come forward claiming that the 50-year-old retired athlete is the father of her child.

According to the filed paternity suit, a Georgia woman by the name of Laquetta Theus is claiming that she gave birth to a baby girl back in August of 2010 and of course, she says Michael is the father. As you may have guessed, she’s going after the newly married Charlotte Bobcats owner for child support.

“Michael Jordan when are you goning to support your 2year old daughter you drop 10million on your nice wedding that you had april 27 that was nice but dont you think It time that you support your daughter and the way you should,” Laquetta said in a Facebook post.

“Every sense 2008 I been now you It’s been nothing but a lie you told me and I just want you to man up to your daughter and her father should not lie to her about nothing so I relly hope that you could be the best father that you can be to her she look just like you so stop keeping your daughter a secret It should not be luke [like] that she yours. It time Michael Jordan’23’ four you to become a father and your daughter life you tell her you love her when are you goning to show her I pray to God that you become that father figer [figure] and her life, she continued.

Michael’s attorneys have already responded to Laquetta’s filed suit, claiming that the paternity of her daughter has already been proven and Michael is not the father. Laquetta had better be 100% sure that Michael is the father of her kid. We all see what Pamela’s false accusations got her.


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