The Word: Beliebers attack Mariah Yeater on Twitter

Babies (Biebers?) having babies?

Poor Mariah Yeater. First, the 20-year-old (allegedly!) had sex with Justin Bieber, then she (allegedly!) got pregnant by him, and now she’s facing the wrath of millions of hormonal girls (not allegedly!) on the Internet. Several Facebook hate-pages have sprung up bashing Yeater and Twitter is absolutely inflamed with misspelled hate-tweets. Here’s a sampling:

@ BieberSuperArmy
Dear Mariah Yeater, If karma doesn’t hit you, I will.

@BieberSwagGiirl
MARIAH YEATER SHE’S SO UGLY ! JUSTIN WOULD NEVER F— WITH THAT GIRL!

@BieberImYours

you say mariah yeater… I say a psycho hoe!

Yikes. If Yeater is just filing this paternity suit for attention, she’s getting it. But I find this whole claim totally unbelievable as, really, have Bieber’s testes even descended yet? And if Yeater, 20, did have sex with Bieber, 17, wouldn’t she just be admitting to pedophilia? But then again, I thought the marriage between Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries would last to at least six months, so I’ve been wrong before.

Now we know where Moore likes it

While Ashton Kutcher has come under fire due to allegations of infidelity, new reports suggest Demi Moore might be in the same boat. According to In Touch, Moore got more than a little friendly with a young pal of Kutcher, actor Ben Hollingsworth, one night after picking him up from a party. “They wound up having sex in the back of the car,” a source claims. “It just kept going from there.” But not too far, as Hollingsworth called off the affair soon after. “He was getting to be better friends with Ashton and he felt bad,” the source explains.

Sex in a car? Why do we need to know these graphic details? Between Kutcher having sex in a hot tub and Moore doing the deed in the back seat of a car, it’s as though these two have something against beds.
 
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