Judge Denies Michael Jordan’s Request For Paternity Case Dismissal [Details]
Rucuss staffMarch 14, 2013
NBA legend Michael Jordan must take a paternity test to determine if he’s the father of a 16-year old boy.
Judge Wendy Shoob dismissed Jordan’s request for a paternity case dismissal after hearing both sides on Tuesday in Fulton County Court, theYBF reports. Pamela Smith accuses Jordan of fathering her son Grant Pierce Jordan ‘Taj’ Reynolds.
In a court filing, Smith’s attorney Randy Kessler asked Judge Shoob to order Jordan to submit to “immediate genetic testing.” Jordan’s attorney John Mayoue argued that the paternity case should be dismissed because Smith named her ex-husband as the boy’s father in divorce papers in 2005.
Now that Jordan’s request to dismiss her claim has been rejected another court date will be scheduled to determine if or when he will take a paternity test. Meanwhile, Jordan is scheduled to marry his fiancée Yvette Prieto on April 27 in Florida.
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