You’ll never believe how much Blake Griffin was allegedly ordered to pay for child support
The NBA star has reportedly been ordered to shell out $258,000 per month.
We all know Blake Griffin is super paid but the NBA star may need to start pinching his pennies thanks to a new court order.
According to reports, Griffin was ordered to pay $258,000 in child support for the two children he shares with his ex, Brynn Cameron.
Radar says it obtained court documents that suggest Cameron is a woman scorned by a philandering fiancee who reportedly left her for Kendall Jenner leaving her homeless with only $100 in her personal bank account. She sued him for “Patrimony” in civil court and that case is still ongoing. “Griffin cared more about the glamour of dating a Hollywood celebrity than the day-to-day responsibilities of being a father and family man,” Cameron’s attorneys wrote in the civil suit.
On July 19, a judge in the paternity case said the couple would have to agree on what expenses could be included in the payments.
“The focus is on the minor children’s reasonable needs consistent with Petitioner’s station in life,” a judge wrote in the July 19 order. “Any expenses paid by Petitioner that provides a direct benefit for the parties’ children is relevant. By way of example, if Petitioner has taken the minor children to a Lakers game or to the World Series or spent funds on the minor children on shopping sprees, information/documentation regarding same would be relevant.”
We’re having a hard time wrapping our minds around anyone having to pay more than a quarter of a million dollars A MONTH for child support and TMZ is reporting it may not be accurate.
Court documents obtained by Radar claim Blake Griffin earned about $2.2 million per month in 2016 while other calculations total his annual income to $35 million.
If these reports are true, we can add another baller to the long list of Black men affected by the “Kardashian curse.” Ouch.