Somebody call Maury: Rymir Satterthwaite says JAY-Z has abused the court system for eight years to avoid taking a DNA test, and he’s tired of being denied by the world’s richest rapper.

According to The Sun, the 24-year-old is taking his paternity case to trial in a Philadelphia court in December.

The latest lawsuit claims an attorney the Satterthwaites hired was “best friends and neighbors” with Jay’s lawyer, and that they worked together to create procedural problems that led the case to be thrown out.



Two years ago, Satterthwaite’s mother Wanda came forward with claims her then-22-year-old son was fathered by HOVA. Wanda claimed, at that time, she’d been battling JAY-Z in court since at least 2012, and she was “disrespected” by his legal team.

Rymir Satterthwaite, the alleged love child of rapper Jay Z, has approached federal court claiming that the attorneys and employees of the local court system conspired to keep away key documents from the petitioner’s counsel, Radar Online reported. Satterthwaite and his defense team have been fighting since 2011 to get the 22-year-old recognized as the “Empire State of Mind” singer’s son. Satterthwaite has filed a Notice of Federal Younger Doctrine in the Superior Court of New Jersey claiming that dereliction of duty has led to his constitutional rights being violated. Satterthwaite has also asked the FBI to open a probe into “corruption such as but not limited to mail fraud, consumer fraud, RICO (Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act)” on part of New Jersey Camden County Trial Court Family Part, the Radar Online report said. #ohsonews #ohsoradio #jayz #rymirsatterthwaite

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Jay has previously denied paternity through his lawyers, who filed legal documents in 2011 stating “there has been no determination or viable claim of a familial relationship with Mr Carter.”

Rymir claims he doesn’t want any of the Carter fortune — just acknowledgement of his status as his son.



“This never about money for me,” Rymir told The Sun. “My whole thing was just to see who my father was and honestly I get my own money. I work two jobs, I take care of my own business.”

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