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Juvenile

I'm Not So Sure My Son

Is Biologically Mine!

4/8/2012 10:00 AM PDT BY TMZ STAFF
EXCLUSIVE

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Juvenile is locked in a child support battle with his baby mama over his 13-year-old son ... but now Juvenile has learned the boy might not be his and he wants him to take a paternity test, this according to new court documents. 

As TMZ first reported, an arrest warrant was issued for the rapper in February when he fell behind on child support to the tune of $160,000. Juvenile told TMZ himself that he's a good father and that his son stays with him most of the time.

But now Juvenile has fired back in a big way ... filing court docs in Louisiana saying he never established paternity when his son was born and didn't even sign the birth certificate at the time.

Juvenile claims he only recently learned the boy's mother was having sexual relations with "at least one other man" at the time and that he was "fraudulently induced" into various child support agreements. 

He is requesting a paternity test and if it turns out he's not the father ... he wants all judgments against him released AND he wants back every dime he laid out for the boy for the last 13 years. Ouch.

The two sides are set to be in court next month.

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61.

O_o    

you'd think that after makin a few bucks, you'd get your teeth fixed. apparently i was mistaken. kid just looks like he stinks.

840 days ago
62.

Sherms    

Forget this story...I do not get the teeth - not at all. You have money...I got it. Looks terrible on your teeth. Just my opinion, of course, but I find nothing attractive about gold or diamond or platinum teeth, grillz...whatever you want to call them. Gross is what I call them.

839 days ago
63.

AC    

If the child spends most of the time with him then he would have gotten to know the child and maybe even grew to love him. After being a father to that child for 13 years, paternity wouldn't matter.

815 days ago
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