Woman Accused of Forging Signature on Birth Certificate (Full Episode) | Paternity Court

Woman Accused of Forging Signature on Birth Certificate (Full Episode) | Paternity Court


You may be seated. Hello, Your Honor. Hello. This is the case of
Andrews v. Corbitt.
Thank you, Jerome,
good day everyone. AUDIENCE: Good day. Mr. Andrews,
you and your mother
are in court today suing your ex, Ms. Corbitt
for paternity fraud, because you claim she forged
your signature
on the birth certificate of her five month old son
Quinn Andrews Jr. Who you believe is not your
biological son, is that correct? Yes, Your Honor. Miss Corbitt, you say,
Mr. Andrews
is doubting your son because he
does not want to be
a responsible adult and because he has
a meddling mother,
is that correct? Yes, Your Honor. Mr. Andrews, why do you
believe your signature was forged on Quinn Jr.’s
birth certificate? I don’t know, Your Honor,
I didn’t sign anything. And somehow my name still
manage to get put on the
birth certificate. I have a copy of it
right here. Let me see that
birth certificate. So you say somehow
your name just appeared
on the birth certificate? Yes, ma’am. Yes, Your Honor. Quinn Andrews Sr.,
name of father,
right underneath. JUDGE LAKE:
But you didn’t sign it?
ANDREWS:No ma’am.JUDGE LAKE:Take me back
to that day.
You believe somebody
put your name on there? Yes, Your Honor. JUDGE LAKE: Explain. Day of the birth,
I cut the umbilical cord, I requested a blood test,
I stayed at the hospital
for 24 hours.And the following day,
I ended up leaving,
to retrieve a car seat.
I didn’t sign nothin’.You claim, somebody
put your name
on the birth certificate? Yeah, obviously. Ms. Corbitt, did you
put his name on there? No, there’s no way possible
for me to just put his name
on a birth certificate. The only reason why he sayin’
that he did not
sign the birth certificate, is because his mother told him
not to sign my
child’s birth certificate. I mean, anybody that has kids,
and she should know,
because she has enough… Knows that in order
for the birth… And all eight of them is well
taking care of, baby. I told my son not to sign
a birth certificate until he
get the blood test to prove that
that is his child. He’s lying and saying
didn’t sign it because she
told him not to sign it. And he didn’t even
want a blood test until she
put hard to assist it. Did you witnessed him sign it? I was there. JUDGE LAKE: So you were there?
You saw him sign it? Not just me, the lady who
signed off underneath… JUDGE LAKE: The witness? Yeah, she saw him too. So what your saying is,
he didn’t do what his mother
told him to do, so now he’s saying
he didn’t sign it? CORBITT: Exactly. Excuse me, Your Honor,
if he signed
the birth certificate, his name would actually be
signed on that form. So you’re saying there is no
cursive signature? Not at all. It’s only his name. Name. That’s it. What was the nature
of this relationship.
Take me back. We were in a relationship,
but I can never say it was
actually a committed one. Because, every time we hit
a bumpy road
in our relationship or we get into argument
about anything,
it could be simple. Quinn is out the door,
right back to his mama. I won’t even call it
a relationship, Your Honor, ’cause she slept
with the whole damn city. The whole neighborhood. She wouldn’t know… If you want to go there, baby. Let’s use respectful language
in the courtroom. You said you believe she was
sleeping with… She slept around
with everybody in our
neighborhood. If that was true, I would have
slept with her husband,
’cause he wanted me too. Oh, Lord. SMITH: That’s a lie. Okay, let’s stay on track. So you say, Ms. Smith’s
claims are incorrect? You were not
sleeping around… Ms. Smith does not know
anything about me. Period. How long did this
relationship go on? CORBITT: For about two years. JUDGE LAKE:
And so Mr. Andrews,
you haven’t said much
about the relationship.
ANDREWS: She was possessive.
She was verbally abusive. He says I was possessive
and verbally abusive, this is the same one that is a cut there,
walks to the candy lady
right through our house that’s two minutes away.
Every time I’m
walking through, he has to stand to the door
and watch me like
I’m a 2-year-old. ANDREWS:
Negative. Your Honor… He didn’t want me to
speak to anybody, I was not allowed to
talk to anybody, I was not allowed to even
befriend females. ‘Cause he said, “There was
gonna be used as an excuse.” Your Honor, that’s a lie. JUDGE LAKE: What? Your Honor,
she’s a compulsive liar. She lied to my mother
and told mother I signed
the birth certificate. I was away. She told you that. She even told probably
everybody she know there. And you maintain you did not. Yes, ma’am. I wanna understand
why you doubt this child carries your name is yours? Your Honor, I doubt for the
simple fact that, while we was together,
I happened to clean the house
one day where we stayed at, I found an empty Magnum
wrapper under the sofa, which she claimed was mine,
which is wasn’t, ’cause all of ’em we use,
I throw away. It was his. SMITH: Tell her about
that day that you came home
from work, and she had another man
running out the back door. Yes. Tell her about that. Yes, for example. CORBITT: That is not true,
somebody told him that and I don’t have to lie about
who was in my house because of the simple fact
that we were not
together. ANDREWS: One of my
third cousins told me that, and his mother stay right
across the street
from where we stayed at… Is this the diagram you
submitted to the court? Come up here, please. ANDREWS: Your Honor… What is this diagram show? This right here
is a two-story
apartment building.This right here
is the driveway,
two feet from the driveway
is the front entrance,
and it’s the same in the back. And right here is a slab,
like an empty field, there’s no gate around
this side of the house but on this side
of the building,
there’s a gate. And it’s obvious,
my cousin mama stay
right across the street. And she could sit right here
and literally watch all this. And if somebody murdered
somebody over here,
it will be real obvious. So obviously,
the guy she had in there, tried to creep around
and sneak on this side
of the building and come out. She even had an bike
inside of the house. And lied to me and told me
it was for somebody else, which I know
that the bike was for her but she didn’t wanna tell me
who was on a bike. JUDGE LAKE: So you say this… And obviously watching emerge
from the back. So he knew. So go in the front
but then come out at the back? ANDREWS: Yes, ma’am. But you were comin’ in and
then they went out back instead of comin’ out front? ANDREWS: Yes, Ma’am. JUDGE LAKE: Ms. Corbitt,
did that happen? No, and I told him that. He asked me about that,
I explained to him that
that was not true. And we was together
after that. This was never an issue
till just now. ANDREWS: Ma’am,
she’s an compulsive liar. Well, I tell you one thing.
I’m not lyin’ about, and that’s him
being the father of my child,
and that’s all… Once we figured it out,
that’s the game.
None of this is relevant. All right, thank you, sir. Mr. Andrews, you can return
to the podium, please. Is this your only doubt? ANDREWS: No ma’am, I have more than one. What else? I found messages on her phone,
where some guys
were telling her, “Leave the back door open
and be naked when I arrive.” JUDGE LAKE:
You saw the message? Yes, ma’am. She denied that in my face,
and I’m lookin’ at the message
in the phone. That’s one reason. The second reason,
I found the Magnum wrapper. The message said,
“Leave the back door open.” ANDREWS: And, “Be naked
when I arrive.” “Be naked when I arrive.” ANDREWS: Yes, ma’am. Ms. Corbitt… ANDREWS: That’s the
third reason. The other reason I just showed
you on the diagram. JUDGE LAKE: Right. ANDREWS: And the fourth
reason is, when I was working
on the oil spill
for six months, I arrive home one weekend,
’cause I worked
Monday to Friday, the weekend I was off,
somebody told me, some guy I don’t mess with,
she had in the house. Three for four of ’em
smoking out with her,
and they flipped her. What? ANDREWS: Yeah. SMITH: Hmm. Tramp. And she denied all of that. Ms. Corbitt,
that is a lot of information. Quinn is lyin’
through the skin
of his teeth. ANDREWS:
What I’d lie for? Because this is my first time
hearin’ this. If somebody told it to him… Admit that she was a slut. So you’ve outlined
four pieces of doubt as to whether or not Quinn
is your biological child? Ms. Corbitt, so you are
saying that these allegations
are not true? They are not true.
The only reason
why he sayin’ that is because she is standing
on side of her. Any other times,
whenever I talk with Quinn,
I don’t here none of these… You’re a compulsive
habitual liar. Stop lying. All this he telling you about,
this happen a whole year
or somethin’ ago. This was way before
my baby was born. So obviously, he had to
sleep with me before that and after that for my baby
to be here right now. So now, is it true
or is it not true,
Ms. Corbitt? It is not true, I’m talking
about the instances when somebody runnin’
out of my house, when he
asked be about that. The rest of the stuff,
he never mentioned
to me at all. So the person did run out
the back of your house? No, that never happened,
and I told him that. He was beatin’
at my front door,
after I locked him out, turned off my breaker box,
so the lights go out. Compulsive liar. And that’s what made me
come outside, then she tells me somebody
told him that, they were running
at the back door,
but the guy who he says told it to him,
when I went to go
ask him about it, he says he never said it.
And then he came about
that the guy told me that Quinn supposedly
slept with his girlfriend, which she adamantly denies. Let’s get back to Quinn now. JUDGE LAKE: Have you developed
a relationship at all
with the child? Yes, ma’am. JUDGE LAKE: You do? Yeah, when I have time. CORBITT: No, he does not. SMITH: He does.
That baby was just
at our house a week ago, and my boy brought milk, toys
and diapers for him. Because I gave him
the money to buy it. JUDGE LAKE: You all
going at it more than
Ms. Corbitt and Mr. Andrews. JUDGE LAKE: The two women. Because she is the problem. Your Honor,
she’s telling lies. CORBITT: She’s is the problem. I don’t need to interfere
in my son’s life.
I let him… Yes it does. Quinn has told me
that she has told him that if he come back
and talk to me,
and stuff like that, then she was gonna
cut him off. So you believe his mother
is standing in between the relationship he could
potentially have
with Quinn Jr.? She does not want Quinn
to have his own children, ’cause that would mean that
he would have to
stop taking care of hers. That’s a lie. He’s not takin’ care of
my kids, baby… You were never home. My kids are grown. So how in the hell
you gonna raise my child? How could you tell me? I don’t tell you nothin’. Yes, you do. No, you’re lying. Are you all still
sleeping together now? No ma’am. No. She still tries to
seduce me though. I got messages
right in my phone. Where she trying to seduce me
every week. (AUDIENCE LAUGHS) All right, so how many times
have you seen Quinn Jr.? Like… Over a dozen times. JUDGE LAKE: So you spent
quality time with him? Yes, ma’am. He does not. ANDREWS: Your Honor… I have to beg him for to
come get my child, he was there six days. I told Quinn,
I said, “Quinn, you
have to come meet me. “I can’t drive
all the way down there.” You know, what he told me?
He was gonna drop my child off
at a fire station. Your Honor… What? I specifically told her that,
just to get her to move, ’cause she lied to me and told
me she was threatening
me with the police. When he get tired of my baby, he will drop him off
at a fire station.
You just heard him. This baby has been on Earth
for five months. This is not funny.
We’ve got to get focused. We’ve gotta get it
together, you all. This child is five months old, shouldn’t be experiencing
these kind of things. This first few months,
few days,
he’s had on this Earth. We gotta get it together. Now Mr. Andrews,
I don’t know what this is. I don’t know
what’s goin’ on here. What is that about? Like I said… We got into an argument,
Your Honor,
I was trying to leave. Why didn’t you just
take your child with you? Your Honor,
I couldn’t take him with me. You didn’t have a car seat? No, ma’am, I was walkin’
two or three miles. So he couldn’t come with me. You can’t carry a five month
old baby two or three miles, that’s yours
and got your name? Come on, man.
Now I’m done with it. Y’all silly now. (AUDIENCE APPLAUDS) Now this is about… Uh-uh. This is now about
you all playing
tit for tat with one another. You can’t tell me an
able-bodied young man can’t carry a child three… I carried my 45 pound
child up a canyon. (CROWD LAUGHS) Yes, I did. We gotta focus.
Let’s deal with the
paternity first. Let’s get those results, and let’s see how we can
move forward, because we want to make sure
this child is okay. Ms. Corbitt, I need you
to ask you something. CORBITT: Uh-huh. Was there any other man when you were with him
during the window of
conception? No, and even if it was,
just like I said, that’s still his baby at the
end of the day. Point taken. But you’re saying,
if it is… ‘Cause he’s makin’ it…
No, I wasn’t sleeping with
anybody else at the time, but he’s makin’ it
seem like even if I was, that’s the reason why it is
not his baby. I don’t give a damn what I do. If I had 1,000 people,
you know what I’m saying, stirring the batter, I know
who icing the cake, trust me. That was an interesting
analogy, but… (CROWD LAUGHS) We’re actually not
talking about icing the cake, we’re really talking about
making the cake. And if there’s a lot
of spoons in the batter… Which it wasn’t.
There was nobody else. If you were sleeping with him
unprotected, and you are also sleeping
with someone else unprotected
during that time, then they both
potentially could be
the biological father. Quinn was the only person
that I was sleeping with
unprotected. Point blank. Period. Was there anyone else you were
sleeping with that you were
using protection? No. So at that time,
it is your firm testimony, that you were only having sex
with Mr. Andrews during
the window of conception? Yup. JUDGE LAKE: Okay. ANDREWS: I don’t believe that. SMITH: Excuse me, Judge, she was saying it was
Quinn’s child, she was sayin’ it was guy
named (REDACTED) child. That’s a lie.
I never said my baby
was for anybody… So you never slept
with (REDACTED) same time
you’re sleeping with Quinn? How would you know
who I slept with? JUDGE LAKE: Wait a minute.
Wait a minute. Heard it on the streets. JUDGE LAKE:
Who was the other person? JUDGE LAKE: Hold on. Hold on. Who was the other person? CORBITT: Name somebody? Someone I went to school with. Oh, I know he was
talking about. That was somebody
who I was dealing with,
when me and him was on break. But, no. That was way before
I even conceived my baby. How much earlier
before the window
of conception were you having a relationship
with this other guy? CORBITT: Way earlier.
He know that. He knows that. He know when…
I told him it happened,
and he came right back. I’m done. I’m done with it. Jerome, the envelope, please. (CROWD APPLAUDS) SMITH: Your Honor,
before you say somethin’, I hope and pray
that this is not my
boy’s baby, but I know… Well, you can stop
hoping and praying. I know he’s gonna be hurt,
if it’s not his baby, ’cause he’s spent
a lot of time
with his baby, but… I pray to the Lord
it’s not. You can stop prayin’,
’cause he’s not gonna
answer for your baby. JUDGE LAKE: These results. I am praying to the Lord
right now for this baby. SMITH: Hmm. ANDREWS: ‘Cause her mother
need help. Ah ah, listen, I’m done
taking testimony. And all I want to know is… I’m done taking testimony.
Ladies, ladies… Ladies, let the judge speak.
Please, both of you. (SIGHS) These results
were prepared
by DNA Diagnostics. They read as follows. And nobody forged them, Quinn. In the case of
Andrews v. Corbitt,
when it comes to
five month old,
Quinn Andrews Jr., it has been determined
by this court… It has been determined
by this court… Mr. Andrews, you… …are the father. (AUDIENCE APPLAUDS) Let it be known. Now, let’s talk about that
child support payment. No, no. I’m done with the drama
and the nonsense. I’ve heard too much testimony
today, that makes me
sincerely nervous. This child’s five months old. If you had doubt before,
that’s done now. This is your child. Your child. So, you both have a hand,
and a responsibility, to raise this child
accordingly, but you got to figure out
how to do it. You got to know what it takes. Your child is gonna be
a product of the environment
that you create for him. And that’s what I tell him
all the time. If this is it…
He don’t stand a chance. It’s gotta be better
than this for him. You can keep operating
from this position
of neck-rolling, and lip poppin’
and eye rolling. You can do it all day long.
Your baby gonna miss out. He will hurt. No, I believe Quinn is
gonna be a good father. And that’s my point. You’ve gotta give your child
every opportunity
to experience the fullness, of what comes along
with his father, and speaking of that,
Mr. Andrews, now is your time. You’re a young man.
Is this your first child? Yes, ma’am. All right. So look… It’s gonna take
some co-operation and some communication
on your part, if you operate
from negativity, that’s all you’re going
to breathe. I want you to take advantage
of the counseling
and the resources, and more importantly,
I want you to protect
and take care of that baby at all times. I wish you the best of luck. Court is adjourned.

100 comments

  1. Idk how you dealt with girl in first place . I wouldn’t stand her one hour of her attitude…. mEN is blind

  2. Where I'm at, you have to show I.D. when you sign/put your name on the birth certificate because it is a legal notarized document soooooo.
    "I pray that's not my son's baby"
    "Well, you can stop praying, baby, because he ain't answering ya".
    πŸ’€

  3. If I had a thousand people… you know… stiring the batter, I would know who’s icing the cake. Trust me

  4. That is her Grandbabe… And she hasnt even apologised. Lady your son has a responesbilty, let him take care of his child.

  5. Most of these millennials have zero respect for their elders….πŸ‘ŒπŸΎπŸ’―πŸ€¨πŸ€·πŸΎβ€β™€οΈπŸ€¦πŸΎβ€β™€οΈ

  6. The mom sounds like she from New Orleans, no 🧒. Louisiana gang wya ?

    Edit : all of them sound like they from New Orleans.

  7. I knew he was the father from the title. Seems like some made up lie to excuse signing the birth certificate.

  8. It's amusing how all of these TV judges try to be like JJ. All of them combined times 1,000 doesn't have as many viewers as JJ. She is the "queen" of TV.

  9. she is funny, quick at answering, and quick to open her legs too. But all that argument doesn't help her, better use her abilities for communication to grow a beautiful relationship with the father of her child.

  10. I LOVE HER ATTITUDE 😀😀😀😀😀She knows how to HANDLE DEMONS 😭😭😭😭😭😭

  11. I have to be honest & say base on the young lady looks & attitude. I really thought πŸ€” she was being untruthful,but I was wrong. But lord help her cuz she has to deal with her ex mother & the same for her. Maybe something good will come out of all this.

  12. im still watching but i dont know if i want to trust the lady with the lip piercing or the lady with the eyebrow piercing

  13. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ let us talk about child support then judge came to the rescue of man because she knew what's next. Mama went mute after results as if the court had swollen her

  14. That hair ain't hitting on shat boo boo kittyπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ€¦πŸ½β€β™€οΈπŸ€¦πŸ½β€β™€οΈ

  15. He look high as a kiteπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜΅πŸ˜΅πŸ˜΅πŸ˜΅πŸ€¦πŸ½β€β™€οΈπŸ€¦πŸ½β€β™€οΈ

  16. Funny how once the results are in she jumps to child support. TYPICAL of a woman who bates and traps a man for a pay check. Sad….

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