Legendary NBA baller Michael Jordan is catching a little bit of heat from the mother of his alleged 16-year-old son, Grant Pierce Jordan Reynolds, who goes by Taj. Pamela Smith has a hearing scheduled in Atlanta’s Fulton County Courthouse today at 2 p.m.
Kessler is confident that today’s proceedings will not result in the dismissal that Jordan is seeking. Kessler contends that Jordan simply needs to take a paternity test to resolve the dispute, however, Jordan continues to hide behind the legalities of the court.
Kessler said in a statement to press, “We are honored to have been asked to represent Ms. Smith who has been unable to resolve this matter herself. The vicious statements made in Mr. Jordan’s legal documents will be responded to in her own forthcoming pleadings, but at this time Ms. Smith wants to be clear. Her former husband Mr. Reynolds has not been involved in her child’s life since the divorce in 2005, has never paid support for the child and has shown no interest in the child. The claims by Respondent’s counsel that ‘It is troubling that Smith now inflicts measurable harm upon her son while seeking to deprive her son’s father Reynolds, of the rights and privileges of joint legal custody’ are completely unfounded and meant only to disparage her. Our client feels that Mr. Jordan had numerous opportunities to resolve this matter by having a simple conversation with her. If he claims he is not the father, a simple $300 saliva test could likely resolve the issue instead of further court or public involvement.”
Jordan and Smith were involved in a relationship in 1995 – while he was married to his first wife Juanita, according to TMZ.
The outcome of today’s 2PM hearing will determine whether Jordan must take the paternity test.
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