Gucci Mane's baby mama went back to court to increase her monthly child support by $20,000 for their pre-teen son, Keitheon.
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NBA star Blake Griffin just lost a chunk of his NBA salary to his ex-fiancee, actress Brynn Cameron, 32. The Detroit Pistons forward has been ordered to pay Cameron a whopping $258,000 a month in child support for his two kids.
Flo Rida's baby mama scored another victory in court today in New York City. The judge increased Alexis Adams' child support to $9,000 a month from $8,000 for her son Zohar. The rapper did not show up in court.
Jesse Williams' ex-wife, Aryn Drake-Lee, scored a major victory in their messy divorce battle. A judge agreed with Drake-Lee that $33,000 a month isn't enough to maintain the luxury lifestyle she'd grown accustomed to when she was a happily married woman.
Someone has launched a vicious smear campaign against Flo Rida's baby mama, Alexis Adams, after the "Low" rapper lost a motion to dismiss her child support case this week in New York City.
Sandrarose.com spoke exclusively to a source close to Alexis Adams, the mother of rapper Flo Rida's 21-month-old son Zohar Paxton. A December 2016 DNA test showed a 99.99% chance that Flo is Zohar's father.
Ciara Wilson wants a judge to force her baby daddy, Future Hendrix, to be a more responsible father to their 3-year-old son.
A judge has ordered promiscuous rapper Li'l Wayne to pay a woman $5,000 a month in child support for a teenager son he swears he didn't sire.
Weezy, 35, has denied ever sleeping with a fan, Keiotia Watson, who claims he is the father of her 15-year-old son named Dwayne Brown.
Wayne has filed a motion for a new trial, and is asking the judge to set aside the child support order, reported The Blast.
Migos rapper Offset scored a small legal victory in his paternity and child support case. The 26-year-old Georgia native admitted to siring a baby boy with Justine Watson. The infant was born in November -- a month after Offset proposed to rapper Cardi B onstage at a concert in Philadelphia.
Cardi B is pictured above with Offset shopping at Moncler on Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills on Tuesday.
Into everyone's life a little rain must fall. Rapper Kodak Black was recently ordered to make it rain on his son's mother -- to the tune of $4,200 a month -- for child support.
In court documents obtained by The Blast, a judge ordered the "Transportin" hitmaker to pay his son's mother $4,200 a month until the year 2033 when his 2-year-old son will turn 18.
Tyrese Gibson was seen leaving family court in Los Angeles on Tuesday after facing new allegations filed by his ex-wife, Norma Gibson. Tyrese was accompanied by his mother-in-law and wife, Samantha Lee, whom he married on Valentine's Day.
A Los Angeles judge denied Robin Thicke's requests to change the terms of his supervised visits with his son, Julian Fuego Thicke, 6.
According to gossip tabloid TMZ,the 39-year-old singer was in court Wednesday seeking changes to the current court-ordered visitation arrangement.
Reality TV star Steven "Stevie J" Jordan is concerned about the health and welfare of his unborn baby.
The 45-year-old father-of-5 accused his current baby mama Joseline Hernandez of using illegal drugs in her 3rd trimester. Hernandez, 39, is due to give birth next month.
Embattled singer Chris Brown and his baby mama are back in family court again. Brown, 26, denies his weed smoking caused his baby daughter Royalty's asthma.
NBA star Lance Stephenson's baby mama dragged him into Brooklyn Family Court on Thursday. Feby Torres, 24, is seeking a substantial raise on her monthly child support.
Torres is the mother of Stephenson's 4-year-old daughter and 17-month-old son. She is seeking $12,000 a month in child support and other reasonable expenses.
Rap mogul Ludacris's baby mama, Tamika Fuller, lost her motion for a new trial today.
In January, Fulton County Superior Court Judge Doris L. Downs awarded full physical custody of 2-year-old Cai Bella Bridges to Ludacris, whose real name is Christopher Bridges.
When it rains, it pours on Amber Rose's bald head. Remember when rapper Wiz Khalifa implied that Amber Rose was a bad mother on social media?
The 27-year-old rapper took to his Twitter account on Feb. 3, to slam his baby mother for neglecting his son. Well, gossip tabloid TMZ.com has uncovered documents that tell the full story of Amber's complete failure as a mother.
Rap mogul Chris "Ludacris" Bridges has won primary physical custody of his baby daughter. A Fulton County judge today granted Mr. Bridges primary custody of 1-year-old Cai Bridges. The baby's mother, Tamika Fuller, was granted visitation.
Reality TV personality Kyle Chrisley fired back at his dad, Todd Chrisley, for calling him "bipolar" and kicking him off the family's reality show, Chrisley Knows Best.
Once again the blogs are reporting incorrect information about rap mogul Ludacris' child support case.
The latest rumors (which is actually old news) claims that Luda and his baby mama, Tamika Fuller, went back to court in Atlanta yesterday to force Luda to pay her $15K in monthly child support for their infant daughter.
Thomas Mikal Ford, aka Tommy Ford, has been served with a restraining order by the mother of his child, who currently resides in Atlanta.
Ford, 52, his known for his comedic work in TV sitcoms Martin and The Parkers.
Rapper Future Hendrix is fortunate he sired most of his children in Georgia where child support judges are more lenient on deadbeat dads.
A judge ruled Future must pay $2,800 a month in child support for his oldest child, an 11-year-old son. According to gossip tabloid TMZ, that's an increase from the $1,200 a month he was paying to baby mama Jessica Smith.
Former 'The View' co-host Sherri Shepherd, 47, won her custody battle with ex-husband Jeff Tarpley who filed for primary custody of their son Jeffrey.
Actor Jamal Woolard is in trouble again for assaulting his wife, Trina Younger. Gossip tabloid TMZ reports the actor who played the late Notorious B.I.G. in the 2009 biopic "Notorious" was busted Saturday night in Gwinnett County (GA) for assaulting his wife in front of his stepson.
Alexsandra Wright, the mother of Mathew Knowles' only son Nixon Knowles, lost her case that would've forced Knowles to increase child support payments.
A judge ruled that Knowles, the father of singer Beyonce, was all caught up on his child support payments, and that he didn't owe Wright any more cash for at least 2 years.
Now Wright is hitting the talk show circuit complaining bitterly that she and her son are flat broke and forced to move out of their comfortable suburban house and into a donated mobile home in a run-down trailer park.
Yesterday, TMZ.com reported that an Atlanta Judge ordered rapper Chris "Ludacris" Bridges to pay his baby mama $7,000 a month in child support for his 2-month-old daughter, Cai Bella Bridges. The facts about how much child support Tamika Fuller will receive are completely wrong. Check out the real facts after the break!
Some of you weren't even born when the youngest in charge, Special Ed dropped his blazing debut album of the same name when he was a mere lad of 16. Propelled by the album's scorchers, "I Got It Made" and "I'm The Magnificent," Ed's album, Youngest in Charge, went on to sell more than 500,000 copies in 1989.
The Jamaican-born rhyme slayer followed up those hits with "Come On, Let's Move It" off his sophomore album Legal, which dropped in 1990 when Ed turned 18.
But where is Special Ed now?
R&B crooner Usher Raymond's ex-wife Tameka Raymond has filed court documents criticizing his parenting skills. The 34-year-old singer was awarded primary custody of his two sons with Tameka Raymond last year.
In court documents filed in Atlanta, Tameka has asked a judge to hold Usher in contempt of court for storming out of a co-parenting class in July.
Moments ago, Judge John J. Goger denied Tameka Raymond's request for primary custody of her two sons with singer Usher Raymond.
After the judge gave his decision, Tameka and Usher hugged in open court. Tameka filed for an emergency hearing on Tuesday after one of her sons nearly drowned on Monday.
Both Usher and Tameka took the stand saying the other was unfit to raise their 2 children, Usher Raymond V and Naviyd Ely Raymond, 4.
But after hearing from both sides, Judge Goger let stand a previous judge's order giving Usher primary custody of his kids.
Singer Usher Raymond smiled as he arrived at Fulton County Courthouse court in Atlanta, Georgia earlier today to face his ex-wife, Tameka Raymond, in a new child custody battle after one of their sons nearly drowned in a swimming pool accident Monday.
Five-year-old Usher Raymond V, aka Cinco, is still recovering at Children's Healthcare of Atlanta Hospital, according to the Tameka's lawyer, Lisa West.
Tameka took the stand this afternoon and said she was concerned there was no pool drain cover installed in the pool as required by law. She said there have been other incidents -- in addition to Cinco's near drowning this week -- that prove Usher is a bad dad.
Tameka also expressed concerns that Usher's aunt, Rena Oden, was incapable of caring for the 2 boys. Cinco almost drowned at Oden's house on Howell Mill Road in DeKalb County, north of Atlanta.