”Don’t play with me gul.” This could very well be what Michael Jordan is thinking after an Atlanta judge threw out the second case in the past year that involved a woman who alleged he fathered her child.
This crap must be getting awfully boring by now.
Not only has the NBA Hall of Famer been found not liable, but now the accuser has to cough up $6,500 in legal fees; and make the check payable to Michael Jordan.
Ouch! We sure hope these accusers have jobs that pay more than minimum wage!
Jordan has been accused of paternity twice this year alone. In this most recent case, 30-year-old Laquetta Theus claimed the legendary basketball player is the father of her 3-year-old son, but a paternity test proved the dad was someone named Hubert Henderson Jr.
To this, Theus claimed the name is an alias Jordan uses, according to the Atlanta Daily World.
Pamela Smith, who filed a paternity suit against him earlier this year but dropped it, will have to pay the multi-millionaire $9,700.
MJ has money coming in from sources he never imagined. But we also can assume he’s not holding his breath waiting for the mailman here.
Jordan has three children from his first marriage. He married model Yvette Prieto earlier this year.
MJ Paternity Claim Ruled ‘Fake’ – Woman Has to Pay His Legal Fees was originally published on wzakcleveland.com