Juvenile has fired back to his baby mama's lawsuit by asking for a paternity test. The rapper is now not sure that his 13-year-old son is his, requesting a DNA test and expecting the judge to release him from all accusations if the boy is not his fruit.
An arrest warrant was issued for Juvenile in February for falling behind on child support which amounts to $160,000. The new court documents filed by him in Louisiana and obtained by TMZ stated that he never established paternity when his son was born. He is not even legally the father because he never signed the birth certificate at that time.
Juvenile now finds out that his ex was seeing at least another man around the time she fell pregnant. He claimed he's "fraudulently induced" into various child support agreements. If the tests proved that he is not the biological father, Juvenile wants every penny he forked out in the last 13 years to be returned.
Despite this drama, Juvenile told TMZ in February that he's a good father and that his son stays with him most of the time. A court appearance for both sides is scheduled for next month.