Teen idol Justin Bieber agrees to undergo a paternity test after photographs of his 'love child' emerge, bearing a pout similar to the teen

Justin Bieber is prepared to 'take a DNA test' to prove he is not the father of Mariah Yeater's baby.

The reports came as the first pictures emerged of the baby at the centre of the singer's love child scandal.

They claim that Bieber, who is currently in Europe, will take the test 'in two weeks when he returns to the United States'.

Bieber's baby drama: Justin Bieber posing with his two moonmen
statues after the Europe Music Awards in Belfast yesterday. Bieber said
he agreed to undergo the paternity test to prove that he is not the father
of Mariah Yeater's baby and will then sue her for sullying his name. Pic/afp

Fan Mariah Yeater claims the singer is the father of her four-month-old son Tristyn Anthony Markhouse Yeater.

Bieber vehemently denies the claim but has reportedly been summoned to attend a paternity test at Los Angeles Superior Court ten days before Christmas.

Bieber is determined to put an end to what he says is a bogus scandal with the website also claiming that he may decide to 'sue Yeater.'

Reports claims Bieber's lawyer Howard Weitzman, contacted Yeater's attorneys on Friday, with Weitzman being directed 'to find a laboratory to do the test.'

Yeater (20), who claims she had sex with the 17-year-old popstar backstage at one of his concerts, is seeking �170,000 (Rs 83.3 lakh) from him in child support.

She says the resemblance between the singer and her son is uncanny, and says the evidence is all in the little boy's pout.

Checkered past
But it has been revealed that Mariah accused two other men of being Tristyn's father before pointing the finger at Justin.

She first said it was her ex-boyfriend John Terranova before saying it was a secret lover named Steve.
John, who lives in Vegas, said last night he did not believe he or Justin was the father. "She just wants money," he said. She came back here from California telling me she was pregnant with my child. I said 'This is impossible, you've been in California two months and back here for only a week.' She told me, 'No, I got pregnant before I left'. But it didn't make sense because she had a doctor's note saying she wasn't pregnant enough for that to be possible."