Pamela Smith, Michael Jordan's alleged baby mama, is not actually his baby mama - and a judge has ruled that she will now pay for the false accusations.
Pamela Smith filed a paternity suit against MJ, claiming he fathered her 17-year-old son Taj and demanding a DNA test, full custody and child support.
Jordan did have a fling with Smith while he was married to his first wife Juanita, but denied paternity and asked a judge to fine her for wasting his time.
His Airness' wish was granted.
After the court found that Taj's paternity was established way back in 2003 - and Jordan is not the father - the judge slammed Pamela over the stunt.
The judge called her bogus paternity claim one big publicity stunt, pointing out she hired a publicist before even getting a lawyer and smearing MJ.
The judge fined her an undisclosed amount and ordered her to pay Jordan's legal bills ($9,704.13). Not bad ... well unless he decides to sue her now.
Jordan, who married Yvette Prieto earlier this year, was even the subject of YouTube call-outs by Taj (below), who insisted the NBA great is his dad: