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Pamela Smith Suing Michael Jordan over Secret Love Child Taj Jordan

by Robert Littal | Posted on Friday, March 1st, 2013
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Taj Jordan released a YouTube video a couple of months ago claiming to be Michael Jordan’s son and wanted a relationship with the NBA great.

At the time, there was some skepticism as to the legitimacy of the claim or whether Taj Jordan was just another teenager trying to get some attention. Taj’s mom Pamela caught wind of the attention her son was getting and decided to take legal action:

An Atlanta woman has filed a lawsuit saying basketball Hall of Famer and Charlotte Bobcats owner Michael Jordan is the father of her teenage son.

The lawsuit was filed Feb. 6 by Pamela Smith in Fulton County Superior Court. It requests Jordan take a paternity test, pay child support and share medical, dental and hospital costs that are not covered by insurance.

The lawsuit also requests the boy’s last name be changed to Jordan, and for a judge to order the Georgia Department of Vital Records to issue him a new birth certificate.

Publicist Estee Portnoy says Jordan has no comment and calls to Smith’s home and office were not immediately returned Friday afternoon.

According to court documents, Smith does not have an attorney and a court date is scheduled for March 12.

A report by TMZ gives further details to Smith’s claim:

Pamela Smith claims in her paternity suit — filed February 6 in Fulton County, GA and obtained by TMZ — she became pregnant after having sex with Jordan in 1995. Pamela gave birth to Grant Pierce Jay Jordan Reynolds — aka Taj — in June 1996. BTW, Jordan was married to Juanita Vanoy at the time he allegedly had sex with Smith.

Here is the video Taj posted on Christmas. Who do you believe?

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