Daniel says she is unemployed and claims her only assets are a pair of cars valued at $21,000. She is seeking custody and child support.
Storch did not respond to the suit, so a Miami judge declared Storch the "legal, natural and biological father" by default and will determine child support and other financial issues at a later date.
According to the Miami Herald, the multimillionaire is resolving the matter and says "I would never, ever be a deadbeat dad."
TMZ tried to contact Storch' reps, but at this time, we were told, he doesn't have any.
The paternity suit is just the latest in a series of unfortunate incidents for Storch.
In June, his Miami mansion was broken into and had $100,000 in jewelry stolen.
Last weekend, Storch was caught on tape adding his two cents on the now infamous Brandon Davis/Lindsay Lohan "firecrotch" debacle--proving once and for all that money can't buy class.
Then it was revealed that Christina Aguilera's song "F.U.S.S.," which includes the lyrics "I thought I knew who you were/I see now you were a lesson to learn," was in retaliation for Storch dropping out of producing her latest album "Back to Basics."
Storch most recently worked on Paris Hilton's single "Stars Are Blind."