Michael Girgenti, the male model who claims to be the biological father of Kourtney's son Mason Disick, has filed suit asking for joint custody.
Michael Girgenti insists that Kourtney Kardashian's son Mason is not Scott Disick's, and he apparently has taken legal means to prove his words. According to TMZ, the L.A.-based model who claims he had fling with the 34-year-old socialite in 2009 has filed a paternity lawsuit in L.A. County Superior Court, asking for joint custody.
In the legal docs, Girgenti claims that he met Kourtney during a photo shoot in August 2008. Ever since that encounter, the two allegedly developed texting relationship, which then turned into a sexual one after she and then boyfriend Scott were "on the outs" in March 2009. Saying they "had unprotected vaginal sex," he adds, "I ejaculated inside [Kourtney's] vagina."
Additionally, Girgenti wants the judge to order DNA tests for Kourtney, Scott, Mason and him. A hearing is reportedly set for next month.
In March, Girgenti revealed to In Touch that he believed Mason Disick, who was born 9 months after the alleged sex, was his. "After he was born and I saw photos of him. I began to wonder," the Chicago native said. "I would definitely want to acknowledge Mason if he's my kid. He deserves to know his real father."
A legal rep for the "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" star, however, has slammed the allegations, labeling them "preposterous and an outrageous lie." The rep admitted Kourtney once met him at a photo shoot, but denied she ever gave Michael her contact details.