Snooki Heads to DNA Testing: Star With the Biggest Paternity Problem?
Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi visited a DNA testing office in New Jersey this week with her son Lorenzo... setting tongues wagging that her little boy may not belong to her fiance, Jionni LaValle.
Bieber had a baby? Not quite. But in 2011, 20-year-old Mariah Yeater claimed her and Justin did the dirty backstage at a concert and that he got her pregnant. A paternity test completed by Bieber begged to differ.
The oldest Kardashian sister doesn't just have Kim to deal with… she's got a paternity problem! Kourtney K was just hit with a paternity suit, in which a male model claims he's the real father of her son, Mason.
In 2009, model Samantha Burke proved through DNA testing that actor Jude Law was the father of her child, Sophia. That must have been awkward.
Anna Nicole Smith
In 2007, Anna Nicole Smith died from an overdose, leaving behind a newborn daughter and two men fighting over who the real father was. In the end, through DNA testing, Larry Birkhead was confirmed as the father.
Eddie Murphy originally denied claims that he had fathered a child with Spice Girl Melanie Brown, but after a paternity test came back positive, he had to admit the kid was his.
Though that definitely sounds like an expected turn of events for a reality star, the likelier explanation is that the adopted "Jersey Shore" star is inquiring about her biological parents. Bo-ring!
But that's not to say there's a lack of paternity scandals in Tinseltown. We can all remember a couple years back, when Justin Bieber was the fresh new face of a paternity scandal. But after DNA testing, it turned out that the 20-year-old woman who claimed Bieber was the father of her child was just seeking fame. Typical.
There's also Kourtney Kardashian, who just got slapped with a paternity suit by male model Michael Girgenti, who claims he's the real father of son Mason. Jude Law, Anna Nicole Smith and Eddie Murphy have also been hit with paternity problems. But which star has had the biggest baby drama of them all? That's your call to make.
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