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Rymir Satterthwaite heads to court off to court to prove Jay Z’ is his father ‘Paternity test will prove it’ Photo: Splash/GoogleplusJay Z’s alleged love child is reportedly heading to court to fight to prove he is the superstar’s son.
Rymir Satterthwaite, 22, claims his mother Wanda slept with the rapper years ago and they have taken the paternity case to federal court to try and force him to get a paternity test, according to Radar Online.
In a new interview, he said: “I will not stop until justice is served in court. Everybody deserves a fair due process in a court of law.” Jay Z, who has four-year-old daughter Blue Ivy with pop star wife Beyonce, is yet to comment on the claims.
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 Jay Z and his superstar wife Beyonce
The Family Civil Liberties Union (FCLU) recently backed the case and alleged Jay Z’s lawyers ‘conspired with workers inside their local court system’ to withhold important documents.
A press release from FCLU stated: “Family Civil Liberties Union supports Rymir Satterthwaite’s challenge to the family court and defense attorneys of Shawn Corey Carter in New Jersey.

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“Parties are coming together to take stand against alleged fraud and corruption and possible violation of the 14th amendment.”
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Jay Z is yet to comment on the claims

Satterthwaite, who has been fighting the case with godmother and guardian Lillie Collie, has been trying to get it to court since 2011.
He previously said: “For the past six years me, my godmother, my mother and my entire family have been fighting really, really hard against very, very strong opposition.
“All we have been trying to do this entire time is to seek the truth and have justice served in court.”
Mirror Celebs has contacted Jay Z’s rep for a comment.
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 “I will not stop until justice is served in court. Everybody deserves a fair due process in a court of law.” –  Satterthwaite
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