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Florida concert promoter Eliza Reign Seraphin is done playing with promiscuous rapper Future Hendrix. Eliza, 29, gave birth to Future's daughter, Reign, last year.

Eliza said future has never met Reign, and she wants him to be a part of the baby's life.

Around the same time Eliza filed a paternity suit against the rapper, who fathered 8 or 9 kids with as many women, Future filed his own court docs.

Future asked the Florida Family Court to gag Eliza after she took her paternity case to the court of public opinion.

He admitted having consensual sex with Eliza from 2016 to 2018. Reign will turn 1 this Spring.

In response, Eliza filed court documents asking the family court for temporary child support and attorney's fees.

Not to be outdone, Future's lawyer filed something called a "downward deviation", asking the court to reduce the child support he would pay based on Florida guidelines.

He said Eliza is lying about her income and he wants Eliza to undergo a psychological evaluation.

Future is asking the judge to ignore his extravagant lifestyle, which includes trips with his future baby mama, Lori Harvey, and his fleet of luxury vehicles, as well as his luxury properties from Atlanta to the West Coast.

A judge has yet to act on the requests.

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A Texas judge has ordered ex-convict Cyntoia Brown to stay away from her husband, Jaime Long's 11-year-old son. According to court documents obtained by Bossip.com, Stacy Kirkland filed a motion asking a judge to prohibit Brown from contact with her son.

"I am extremely concerned about the safety of our young son, and do not believe that his father, Jaime, will take proper measures to protect [him] from danger," Kirkland wrote.

Brown, 31, was a 16-year-old runaway and prostitute who was convicted of killing one of her johns while he slept in his bed.

Celebrities and lawmakers sympathized with Brown and urged the governor of Tennessee to commute her sentence to time served in 2019.

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While in prison, Brown married Long, 34, a former member of the R&B band Pretty Ricky. Bossip states that Kirkland wasn't aware that Long had married Brown while she was behind bars.

"I would love for Jaime to spend more time with (his son)," Kirkland wrote. "However, in light Jaime's recent decision to enter into a romantic, committed relationship with a woman convicted of first-degree murder, I am extremely fearful."

The judge granted the restraining order since Long declined to enter an answer.

Long is allowed to have supervised visits with his son, but Brown is banned from being around the boy or making phone contact with the child. She can't remove him from school grounds or take him clothes shopping - things that a stepmother would typically do for her stepchild.

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A Texas judge overturned a jury's decision to award full custody of a 7-year-old boy to his mother who claimed he was a transgender girl.

Jeff Younger, of Dallas, asked a court to grant him full custody of his son James after his ex-wife, pediatrician Anne Georgulas, claimed the boy wanted to be a girl because he played with a girl's toy in a McDonald's Happy Meal.

The jury awarded full custody to Georgulas earlier this week. Younger was granted supervised visits with his son under the condition that he treat James like a girl and only allow people around the boy who agreed with his transition.

But the judge who presided over the case overturned the jury's decision on Thursday. Judge Kim Cooks ruled that the parents would share custody of James and make joint decisions about his health care.

Dr. Georgulas and Mr. Younger will also jointly agree on haircuts for James and his twin brother Jude. Both Georgulas and Younger were ordered to attend counseling.

The jury's decision sparked outrage around the world when they agreed with Dr. Georgulas that James should be allowed to transition to a girl and wear dresses.

James and his twin brother Jude were conceived via in vitro fertilization (IVF) using donated eggs. Dr. Georgulas is not their biological mother. She claimed she noticed James playing with girl's toys in a McDonald's at age 3.

Georgulas enrolled James in kindergarten under the name Luna, and she instructed staff to refer to James as a girl and to use feminine pronouns.

Younger, who divorced Georgulas, told the court that she told James that "monsters only eat boys."

Younger said James behaves like a normal boy when he and his brother stay at his home.

A GoFundMe page titled 'Save James' raised over $40,000 in donations to help with Younger's court costs.

Lil Wayne and fan at Compound in Atlanta in 2011

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.

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Cardi B and Off Set walk hand in hand as they shop together at Moncler on Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills

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.

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Kodak Black

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.

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Julian Robin Paula

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.

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