Al Pacino and his 29-year-old girlfriend Noor Alfallah reached a speedy settlement in their child custody case. Pacino, 83, will pay Alfallah $30,000 a month for their 5-month-old son, Roman.
Additionally, he will pay her $110,000 to find a new place to live.
In court documents obtained by Fox News Digital, Alfallah was given primary physical custody of Roman, while Pacino received visitation rights.
While $30,000/month doesn’t seem like a lot in today’s economy, the child support amount was based on Pacino’s reported income of $2.5 million annually.
The amount is subject to change based on increases or decreases in his annual income. Regardless of his future earnings, $90,000 is the maximum monthly payment he would be ordered to pay, according to Fox News Digital.
Pacino reportedly demanded a DNA test when Alfallah informed him she was expecting his baby. He was “shocked” that he fathered a child at his age. But the DNA test confirmed paternity.
Pacino and Alfallah met in 2022. He has three grown children by 2 different women.
Alfallah was previously linked to rock legend Mick Jagger and billionaire Nicolas Berggruen. Roman is her first child.