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Please be seated. Hello, Your Honor. Hello! This is the case of
White Talbert v. Loving.
Thank you, Jerome.
Good day, everyone. AUDIENCE: Good day. Mr. White. You have summoned
Ms. Loving to court, to prove you did not father
her five month old
daughter, Loyal. Yes. JUDGE LAKE: You brought
a witness to court today who believes he is
the baby’s father. Correct. Ms. Loving, you admit that
Mr. White wasn’t your only
sexual relationship but say you can prove
he is Loyal’s biological
father, is that correct? Yes, Your Honor. JUDGE LAKE: So,
Mr. White, explain
to me your relationship with Ms. Loving. I mean, Your Honor,
we never did have
a relationship. For four years
I’ve known Teana. We were good friends,
but we were never in
a relationship, Your Honor. JUDGE LAKE: But you had
a sexual relationship. Yes, ma’am. Going on dates, MR. WHITE: Correct. Meeting his mom, calling
his mom, “Mom”. MR. WHITE: Correct. Correct. You’re calling my mom, “Mom”. I mean, I took you
to a family reunion… MR. WHITE: Correct. But I’m not your girlfriend. MR. WHITE: Correct. That’s it. We had
an understanding… MS. LOVING: What is that? It was… What did you
call it, though…
It wasn’t no relationship. Okay, so Mr. White, you’re
doing all that but she’s
not your girlfriend? Correct. Correct. But clearly, you were
in a sexual relationship. MR. WHITE: Correct. Were you using protection? MS. LOVING: No! No, ma’am. JUDGE LAKE: So, you’re
sleeping with a girl, with no protection,
but not your girlfriend. Correct. JUDGE LAKE: Okay. Wow. Correct. So, take me to this point, where you realize
she’s pregnant.
How do you find out? If I can recall,
I was at work,
Your Honor, and she had, uh… She had told me
she was pregnant. And so, when I got
off work, I went over there. And at the end of the day,
you know what I’m saying. I’m asking if I’m the only
possibility, she’s like,
“Yeah.” I did say yes.
I said yes. MR. WHITE: Correct. Correct, Your Honor.
She said yes. So, she says you’re the
only possible father? Yes. JUDGE LAKE: Do you believe
that when she says it? No, ma’am,
I didn’t believe that. But I’m still trying
to give her the
benefit of doubt, ’cause we’re good
friends, Your Honor. You know what I’m saying,
at the end of the day I’m gonna be there
’cause I know I had
unprotected sex. But you wasn’t there.
You wasn’t there, though! As a friend… As a friend
you still wasn’t there. Correct, Teana. JUDGE LAKE: What reason would
you have not to believe her. ‘Cause we already had a talk,
this was a one-time thing. We just started back talking,
when I doubled back.
You know what I’m saying. MR. WHITE:
We just started back… This wasn’t a one-time thing.
Prior to that we were still… We were still
around each other. Okay… Were we
hanging every day? No, it wasn’t every day… We took a break. We didn’t
see each other for years. Okay, you right but
we were still in contact.
We were still chilling. That’s correct. MS. LOVING: Okay. So, throughout the entire
pregnancy, Ms. Loving, you told Mr. White that he
was the only possible father? Not throughout the
whole pregnancy. You didn’t. When did
you tell him otherwise. I told him on Facebook
in August, there was
a 50-50 chance. Your Honor, I never,
never knew, there
was a 50-50 chance. Yes, you did ’cause when you
came to the hospital where I showed you
the message. Whoa, whoa! He came to the hospital
when Loyal was born. Listen… I showed him the message,
there was a 50-50 chance. Correct, correct. Your Honor, why tell one man
there’s a 50-50 chance
and not tell the other? I’mma tell both. Your Honor, listen… I wanna understand this.
Take me to the day,
she gave birth. MR. WHITE: The day
she gave birth, Your Honor… You went to the hospital. I went up there. Before
I went up there, I got
a DNA test, Your Honor. Left the DNA
test in the car. ‘Cause I ain’t wanna bring it
up because I didn’t know
who’s up there. You feel what I’m saying?
I ain’t wanna be rude… That was rude, anyways,
for you even to do that. That was inconsiderate.
I just had birth. How can it be rude when you
don’t know who your
baby daddy is? Okay, I told you… I gotta know… It was a 50-50 chance. I gotta know. It was a 50-50 chance. Well, I gotta know. But why… Why
when I had birth? (AUDIENCE CLAPPING) ‘Cause I’d be taking
care of another man’s baby. But I didn’t pin it on
you, though. I never
pinned it on you. I don’t want you to
take care of my baby. Let’s get some order.
Let’s get some order! You see that? JUDGE LAKE:I need
you all to talk one at a time.
I wanna understand
your testimony. You’re saying,
Mr. White, that you bought a DNA test and
had it in your car… MR. WHITE: Correct. You brought it up to the
hospital, the day
Loyal was born because you wanted
to know on that day… Correct. Whether this child was yours. MR. WHITE:
Hey, I… I don’t… Ms. Brenda like, “Damn,
Will, you look different.” If you know what I’m saying?
“What you mean, Ms. Brenda
I look different?” She’s like, “You just
look different.” I say,
“Why you saying that? “I need to take of the
glasses?” She’s like,
“No it’s not the glasses.” I say, “Why’re you saying that
’cause the baby don’t
look like me?” She was like,
“It damn sure don’t.” So, they’re examining you… MR. WHITE: Yeah, correct. But did you bring the
DNA test into the room? No, ma’am, I did not. I wanted
to do it but I didn’t do it.
If you know what I’m saying. I just wanted to have
respect. I didn’t know
who was in the room. Teana just passed me the baby.
So, I’m looking at the baby.
You know what I’m saying? Looking at the baby, trying
to see what’s going on. And when you looked at the
baby, did you feel like
it was your child? No, ma’am. She beautiful,
though. But no, ma’am,
I didn’t. Okay, so then did you
ever ask Ms. Loving “I wanna do this DNA test,
I have it in the car.” MR. WHITE: I said “I got
a DNA test in the car, y’all
still want me to go get it?” Ms. Brenda was like “Yeah.”
I don’t hear Teana say
anything so I repeat it. “You still want me
to get the test?” MR. WHITE: She said… No, I said “No.” I said, “Why not?” She said
“‘Cause home tests don’t
work or whatever.” So… Oh, my God. No, I didn’t. No, you did. Well, I didn’t want to do a
DNA test ’cause I just had a
baby, bro. What you mean? MR. WHITE: What that mean? I just pushed out
a six pound baby… MR. WHITE: And who
your baby daddy? Let’s calm down,
let’s calm down. Let’s calm down. She yelling,
I’mma work this out. JUDGE LAKE: So, you never
had a chance to perform the home DNA test you
brought to the hospital? No, ma’am. When you left the
hospital that day you did not know
for certain if you were
the child’s father? MR. WHITE: No,
ma’am. I did not. I’m like “Why you didn’t
tell me it’s a 50-50 chance?” She was like,
“I did tell you that.
I did tell you that.” I’m like, “Teana, why you
didn’t tell me that?
You never told me that.” MR. WHITE: She was like,
“I told you on Facebook.” I’m like, “On Facebook?”
I look, no messages
on Facebook. We didn’t have each
other’s numbers, so
how can I call you? MR. WHITE: We don’t
have each other’s numbers,
Your Honor. She sent you a
Facebook message. Sent him a message saying,
there was a 50-50 chance
between him and another guy. Your Honor, I never
knew about the other fella. MS. BRENDA: That’s not true. Why is it that you picked
that moment to tell him
it was a 50-50… ‘Cause I had two different
conception dates, Your Honor. I wanna hear
from your witness.
Ma’am, please stand and step up to the podium. You are Ms. Loving’s mother. BRENDA: Yes. Okay, ma’am… What is your understanding? Well, my understanding…
I always believed that Mr. White was
my granddaughter’s father. BRENDA: Um, I know,
Mr. White and my daughter… I believe, they were
in a relationship ’cause they were
always together. He was at my house or
she was at his house. You know, me and his mother,
we talk all the time. He call me “Mom”. She call
his mother, “Mom”, you know. Correct. BRENDA: One thing about
Mr. White, you know, very respectful young man.
You know, I love him. He used to get on my
daughter about
the way she talk to me. And I just looked at him
like he’s a wonderful man. So, that’s why I
believed Mr. White was my granddaughter’s father. All right, Ms. Loving,
you got a conception date. MS. LOVING: Yes… During your first appointment? MS. LOVING: Yes. I went to a recovery
center, when I found
out I was first pregnant. ‘Cause I… Basically, I
decided I didn’t want
to have my baby. So, basically, this is the
center that helps you
cope with the situation. But instead, they gave
me a conception date and they talked me
into keeping my baby.‘Cause they gave me an
ultrasound and I heard
her heart beat
and I couldn’t do it anymore.And when you got that
conception date, it
leaned towards two… JUDGE LAKE: There were
two men in the picture. Exactly. When I got the first
conception date,
it pointed to Mr. White. I followed up on OB-GYN
and they gave me another
conception date. So, that puts me in the
middle with two guys. They then did the
calculation and gave you
a new conception date. Right. Yes, Your Honor. And that conception date
clearly pointed to a certain man? MS. LOVING: Yes. Which one? Mr. Talbert. Oh. (CHUCKLES) JUDGE LAKE: So, when you got
the second conception date you said it brought
Mr. Talbert into the picture
as the potential father and yet you’re saying today Mr. White is your
child’s father. (CHUCKLES) MS. LOVING: I’m
confused about both. So, you’re in fact confused… MS. LOVING: Right. And you really don’t know. Exactly. She beautiful, though.
But no, ma’am, I didn’t. I’d like to hear from
your witness, sir.
Please stand, ma’am. Ms. White. PAM WHITE: Yes. You’re Mr. White’s mother? Yes, Your Honor. All right, you
have doubt, as well? I do. But, Your Honor, um… My family has six fingers. My grandmother have it.
He had it. My other son had it and
my other son’s son had it. PAM: And um, to me
she don’t look like my son.
I mean, she’s beautiful. PAM: You know, I’m
saying she’s beautiful. JUDGE LAKE: Yeah. She is. My son, right here, the only
reason why he took the DNA
there, Your Honor, is because from day one
we want to know. So, we can do what
we have to do. My son is very responsible.
He’s been worried,
stressed about it. PAM: You know, he wanna know. PAM: If this is his, we
refuse to have ours
out there, you know, without us doing
anything for her. I mean, why refuse a test? If I know, you my baby daddy,
you better swab it, baby. I didn’t refuse the test. PAM: If I have a problem… (AUDIENCE CLAPPING) I have a problem with that. If I have a… If I was her
and I just pushed a baby… What does pushing the
baby have to do with my DNA? I didn’t refuse.
I didn’t refuse. Yes, she did. (ALL ARGUING INDISTINCTLY) (GAVEL BANGING) Let’s get some order. If she was worried
about it, Your Honor, call the nurse in,
ask the nurse if she could do
the swab for her. You know… Your point is, “If this
is my child’s father…” PAM: Mmm-hmm. “And I know this. “And even if I don’t,
even if it’s between
two potential people. “If I can get this
doubt out of the way…” Right. “And make sure it’s still
medically safe for my new born
baby to be swabbed, “ask the nurse, get it done,
send out for the results.
It’s over.” When she didn’t want
to take the tests that day. That just further
fueled your doubt. JUDGE LAKE: So, Mr. White,
you say, you have a witness that says he is this
child’s father. Jerome, please escort
Mr. White’s witness
into the courtroom. MR. WHITE:
Congratulations, bro. Mr. Talbert. TALBERT: Yes, ma’am. Thank you for
joining us today. You’re welcome. JUDGE LAKE: You realize,
we’re talking about paternity as it relates to five
month old baby Loyal. Yes, ma’am. JUDGE LAKE: You have had
a sexual relationship with Ms. Loving, is that correct? TALBERT: Yes, that’s correct. Do you believe you’re
Loyal’s biological father? I do. JUDGE LAKE: You do? Yeah. JUDGE LAKE: So,
why do you believe this? Well, me and Ms. Loving,
we actually were in
a relationship. Relationship was short,
about two weeks. But… (LAUGHS) But over time… It only takes a day. Over time, we
were friends. So, you were in a sexual
relationship. Yes. JUDGE LAKE: In the
window of conception? Yes. TALBERT: I have some evidence.
I’ve got some pictures. Yes, I’d like to see that.
What is this, sir? This her baby picture. JUDGE LAKE:And that’s a
picture of you as
a baby on the left
and that’s Loyal on the right.TALBERT:Yes.JUDGE LAKE:And you
believe you look alike?
TALBERT:Yes.At what point did she tell
you, she was pregnant? About four to five
months down the line. Which lines up with your
testimony, Ms. Loving. Because you said the first
conception date clearly
pointed to Mr. White. But when you went to
the doctor later on, it established that there
was potentially Mr. Talbert as another possible father. Correct. JUDGE LAKE: Because the
conception date changed. Correct. So, when you got this news,
did she tell you, you were one
of two people that could be… TALBERT: Yes. She did? JUDGE LAKE:
Were you happy
about this news? Well, I was
kind of excited. But at the same time,
I wasn’t… I didn’t
know for sure if it was gonna be mine
or someone else’s. So, how involved have
you been in Loyal’s life? She’s five months old. I came home a week
after the baby was born. Okay. TALBERT:My family members
were showing pictures of her,
saying she looked like me.
Okay, now that she’s five
months, have you seen her? Yes. Have you held her? Yes. Have you spent time with her? Yes. Have you helped support her? No. TALBERT: Well, it wasn’t
like that, you know. She already had everything. I asked her if she was
straight, she said,
“I’m good.” He asked if you needed
help with the baby? And you said, “No, I’m fine”? Yes, Your Honor. Now did you say that because,
you really were fine? Or did you say that because
you thought Mr. White
was the child’s father? And you wanted him to help? I was really fine. I was okay. Loyal’s good.
She don’t need nothing. JUDGE LAKE: Ms. Loving,
when you looked at
this evidence that Mr. Talbert presented and
you saw those pictures, did that change your mind
or you still believe Mr. White is your
grandchild’s father? BRENDA:When I look at
them pictures, up there,
Your Honor,
she does look like him.But like I always said,
I believed that Mr. White was the father
because that’s the one… MS. LOVING: That she wants
to be the father. No. It’s not that I want
him to be the father… JUDGE LAKE:
Why do you say that? She knew how I felt
about him. She likes him. She wants us to be together.
She really likes him. And that’s what we fall
out about because at the end of the day you
don’t know the situation
between me and him. So, you can’t just go
from what you see. I mean, to be a mother,
we have hopes and dreams
for our children. And if it was somebody that
I hoped and dreamed to marry my daughter,
it would’ve been him. You know, he never
disrespected me, like some of
the people she’s been around. And I just loved him.
His mother did a
great job raising him. You understand, that has no
bearing on the biology or… I know that,
Mr. White… I think, it’s clear… You hope that this is
Mr. White’s child because of the way
you feel about him. And what you feel like
he would be in your grandchild’s life,
a good father, a stand-up guy, maybe even
marry your daughter. But understand that
there are hopes… Mmm-hmm. There are dreams and then there’s DNA. Yeah. (AUDIENCE CLAPPING) We have the results for you. JUDGE LAKE: These results were
prepared by DNA Diagnostics
and they read as follows. In the case of
White Talbert v. Loving,
when it comes to five month
old Loyal Loving, it has been determined
by this court, Loyal’s biological father is Mr. Talbert. (AUDIENCE CLAPPING) JUDGE LAKE:
Congratulations, sir. Are you glad to
know the truth? I am. JUDGE LAKE: Mr. White,
your assertion was true. JUDGE LAKE:
But I do have to say this,
I appreciated the fact that you were still present
on the day Loyal was born. You still took it upon
yourself to try and
solve an issue. Right. That really was separating you from
bonding with this child. You tried to do
what was right. Ms. Loving, are you glad
to know the truth? I’m glad to know
the truth too. I don’t
really know, um… Mr. Talbert… Well, you’ll get to
know him now. You know, one thing
that I did ask him when he came to visit Loyal, if she’s your child
what’re you gonna do? That’s what I asked him. What was his answer? I’d like
to know the answer too. Since she is your child,
what are your plans? Stepping up and being
a father. Making sure
I’m there for her. You know, I have another
she likes babies. You know, so I want to raise
them. I’ve got a big family. You know, I’ve got a lot
of nephews and nieces and when I showed
them pictures of her,
they’re like, “Oh, I want to
meet her and…” My sister turn around and say,
“You gotta get the DNA first. “You gotta do this, you gotta
do that.” So that’s why
I made it, on my own to go see the baby and I do see us potentially
getting together and being a family. (AUDIENCE CLAPPING) JUDGE LAKE:
And on that positive note I will say court is adjourned.
Good luck to all of you.

100 thoughts on “The Truth Comes Out On Facebook! Man Now Believes Child Isn’t His (Full Episode) | Paternity Court

  1. I'm confused as to why he brought a dna test to the hospital? The hospital could perform the dna test, and as soon as she was born was the most appropriate time, idk what the mom was talking about. This could've been resolved lol

  2. Btw, this little precious baby girl is so doggone adorable. I can't take it 😍😍😍😍. I'm ready for another one lol

  3. People blame the men, but are quick to say women are smarter and more mature. She basically got with two men who didn't value her enough to claim her? Her thinking/logic is the problem.

  4. These results were prepared by DNA Diagnostics and they read as follows: me and my grandson……READDDDDDD!!!!!! He’s four 😂😂😂

  5. The baby look like both them niccas !!!!🤷🏽‍♀️🤷🏽‍♀️🤷🏽‍♀️🤷🏽‍♀️🤷🏽‍♀️

  6. She appears to have had strong feelings for the first guy But realised it probably wasn't going anywhere. I mean he didn't even try to claim her as anything but a friend. But she looked relieved when the results were read and she was blushing when he said he can see them together.

  7. But wait! How is Mr. White a good guy when he is not claiming you!!? Mom needs to stop trying to marry her daughter off so quickly! He doesn't even love your daughter! Crazy!

  8. I don’t understand what is wrong with the other gentleman that the mother of the child and grandmother were wishing Mr. White would be the father. The other gentleman actually claimed their relationship, he has a job, he’s claiming the baby, he asked if he could help with the baby, etc.

  9. he needs to learn how to talk. of course mother's will always believed there children. but when mom said he gets on her. when she disrespect her. to all black mother's please stop letting your children disrespect you.

  10. Miss loving took her last name to heart been spreading her loving to much . Smart man for not signing anything . Wrap it up mr white or you'll be back

  11. The baby is beautiful.
    But her name is so iconic.
    Is like Rihanna have a child and named him/ her Christ/ Christina.

  12. I don’t understand her reason for not wanting the DNA test to be done at the hospital. Isn’t it the norm for it to be done there when requested after a baby is born ?

  13. Women have got to STOP wanting men who don’t want us..can’t teach the value of yourself if you don’t value yourself!

  14. Mr. White protected his heart he knew the baby wasn’t his that’s why he ain’t claiming because most of the case he looks broken

  15. The law should hold these hoes accountable for conning these men into signing the certificate through lies about paternity.

  16. Finally a episode… With both potential fathers being respectful young men.. And once again a mother who doesn't know who her baby's biological father is as usual

  17. The minute his mother got up I was praying they wouldn’t zoom in in her face because baybeeee that hair is looking crayzeeeee

  18. Amazing how people expect a Potential father to support a child financially (look at the reactions of the audience), it's not like the baby is in too much need of it anyway but you should only financially support if it is your child… not maybe. Some people… really.

  19. I turned my Volume Alllll the way down. I woke up with a headache. But boy that baby is Cuuuuuuuuute.

  20. The mother is a little ratchet. She needs to LISTEN. She was cutting him off while he spoke. She probably didnt listen when he told her she was never his girl. But she run across good men. Both of them are reputable. Mr. Talbert speaks very well. He still might have some feelings for his baby moms too. Lauren lake smiled at the end she was happy.

  21. (1) The grandmas are messy. 🙍🏾‍♀️🙍🏾‍♀️🗣🙄

    (2) Maternal grandma look like she wants Mr. White for herself 😛 and she don't like the biological father. 🧐

    (3) I hope the child's mother calm down 🤦🏾‍♀️💆🏾‍♀️ and do right to try to be a real family with the biological. 👨‍👩‍👧

    (4) Biological really loves his child. 👨‍👧❤

  22. The look on Ms. Loving’s face when Mr. Talbert said I can see us getting together. I don’t think Ms. Loving was expecting that but I could be wrong.

  23. We didn't have a relationship, we had an understanding… that's FUNNY… but in all reality somebody raised a smart young man hats off to you Mr white.

  24. This SLORE is "FLIP FLOPPING" more than Jay-Z, and the NFL. And considering she was BANGING OFF 2 dudes RAW at same time, I find her last name (Loving) ironic. Lol!

  25. Baby girl was confused…ma'am, you was NEVER his gf if you never had his phone number and only means of contact was through FB..definitely just someone to kick it with, a jump off, a quick skeet skeet..a situationship NOT a relationship!!!

  26. Blacks being called Mr White, Miss Loving,
    A cheating woman calling her child Loyal when she is not close to being loyal? what a degeneration of our cultural heritage!

  27. Well, mama is gonna have to accept that Mr. Talbert is the father. Seems like the other dude was salty when the proven father said that he can see them being together. No more nookie for him! 🤣 Lol

  28. Friends shouldn't never sleep wit freinds ijs 💯💯 💯💯 💯💯 💯 because it never ends well it puts riff in the friendship

  29. I love the make up artist.. They really do a good job on the ladies. However, the one in charge of the wardrobe should be fired with immediate effect.. That girl looks 50 in that outfit.. Having said that I have seen Ms Loving's shirt several times on this show even on younger ladies…

  30. These women need to stop sleeping around with all these men! Sleeping with two and three or more men is ridiculous! Slutty behavior….and then go on public TV not knowing who fathered theis child! Not even afraid that they get a disease or something…….and then want to play nice and sweet saint…..sickening

  31. She ALWAYS knew, look at her face. Mr. Talbert was locked up & not able to provide & she had no relationship with his family. She tried to pin a baby on a decent man.

  32. I don't have children. So, would someone mind letting me know how someone receives 2 different conceptions dates? 🤷🏾‍♀️

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