Kourtney’s ex model boo-thang is now threatening to take her to court if he doesn’t get a paternity test…
The male model who claims he dated Kourtney Kardashian while she was broken up from long-time boyfriend Scott Disick is yet again putting the Kourtney on blast and threatening to take her to court if she doesn’t grant him a paternity test to prove that he is her 4-year-old son Mason’s real father.
via Radar Online
Model Michael Girgenti has long claimed that he, not Scott Disick, is the true father of Kourtney Kardashian‘s son Mason — and he tells Star magazine that he wrote Kourtney a letter demanding that she get a DNA test for the toddler — or he’ll sue.
“This is Kourtney’s last chance,” Michael told the magazine in their latest issue.
“My next step will be to take her to court and sue her for a paternity test. I’m tired of not knowing if Mason is my child, and I want the constant wondering to end.”
Michael shared an exclusive copy of the letter he wrote to Kourtney which states, “My attentions [sic] are not to hurt the family you’ve created with Scott [Disick]. But at the same time, Mason deserves to know the truth.”
That truth, Michael claims, is that Mason was conceived when he and Kourtney had unprotected sex in Miami in March 2009, when she was on a break from Scott.
However, Kourtney denied Michael’s claims back in 2009 when Mason was born and she and Scott eventually got back together.
Michael says he never heard from her again.
“I tried to contact Kourtney via BlackBerry Messenger, with no response,” he revealed. “I also made an attempt to reach her through the media, with no luck, but kept thinking that eventually the truth would come out.”
We initially thought this guy was just thirsting for his 15 minutes of fame, especially since Mason is a spitting image of Scott…..but his persistence does make it seem like there’s more to this story.
Wouldn’t be surprised to see this story line pop up on the next season of the Kardashian’s reality show, which would explain why Kourtney and Scott have yet to address these new set of claims…