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Melanie Brown, aka Mel B, may have to file for bankruptcy if she can't convince a judge to increase her child support from Eddie Murphy.

The Spice Girls singer has reportedly claimed she'll go bankrupt if ordered to pay $500,000 to her ex-husband Stephen Belafonte. She requested an increase in child support from Eddie to offset her increased living expenses due to the Covid outbreak.

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Mel B, who is mom to the comedian and actor's 13-year-old daughter Angel Iris Murphy, has asked the court to allow her access to Eddie's financial records.

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The 45-year-old English singer (pictured with Belafonte in 2014) was "devastated" when Eddie announced they were no longer a romantic item on a Dutch TV show in 2006.

"I don't know whose child that is until it comes out and has a test," he said about their unborn daughter.

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Eddie continually denied Angel was his until a paternity test confirmed he was the father in 2007.

The 59-year-old comic previously agreed to pay Mel $25,000 -a-month in child support, as well as cover Angel's health insurance and her educational costs.

Mel B was ordered by a Los Angeles judge to cover $400,000 in legal fees and $100,000 in accounting fees for her ex-husband following their 2017 divorce.

According to MailOnline, Mel told L.A. Superior Court Judge Mark Juhas she is having financial difficulties.

She wrote: "I will effectively be insolvent and will in all likelihood have to file for bankruptcy. I simply do not have the ability to pay such an exorbitant sum."

She told the court she's been unable to work due to the coronavirus lockdowns.

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Angel (far right) is one of Eddie's nine kids, who range in age from 22 months to 31.

Mel shares her eldest daughter Phoenix, 21 (left), with ex-husband Jimmy Gulzar, and daughter Madison, 9 (2nd from left), with Belafonte.

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Melanie Brown, aka Mel B, has requested more child support from Eddie Murphy to help her through some financial troubles.

The Spice Girls singer, who is mom to the comedian and actor's 13-year-old daughter Angel Iris Murphy, has asked for Eddie's financial records to determine how much more child support she can request.

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"Eddie and Melanie have both established careers in the entertainment industry," her lawyers write in the court documents.

"Melanie is a singer, songwriter and television personality. Eddie is a legendary comedian and actor. Until recently, Melanie has been fortunate in her career to sustain a comfortable lifestyle for herself and Angel. Unfortunately, Melanie’s income has dramatically reduced, such that she must consider modifying child support for the first time."

Mel B's lawyer insist she made "numerous efforts to resolve the case without court intervention," adding, "Melanie was left with no choice but to file this."

According to court records, Murphy, 59, previously agreed to pay Mel $25,000 -a-month in child support, as well as cover Angel's health insurance and her educational costs.

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Angel (far right) is one of Eddie's nine kids, who range in age from 22 months to 31.

Mel B, 45, has two other daughters: Madison, 9 (2nd from left), and Phoenix Brown, 21 (left), and a stepdaughter Giselle Belafonte, 16 (2nd from right).

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Grey's Anatomy star Jesse Williams has finalized his divorce from Aryn Drake-Lee after a bitter three-year battle.

According to legal documents obtained by TMZ, the actor and his ex-wife will share joint legal and physical custody of their two kids Maceo and Sadie, pictured below with their mom on May 3, 2019.

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Aryn gets to keep the former family home in Los Angeles, as well as homes in Brooklyn, New York and Oakland, California.

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Aryn also keeps a leased 2017 Audi Q7 SUV and a 2018 Q5 SUV, while her ex gets the keys to his leased 2018 Porsche Cayenne SUV.

Jesse, 39, will retain all the profits from his Grey's Anatomy run since the couple split in 2017.

All bank accounts and royalties accumulated during the marriage will be split up, and Williams has agreed to cover child support costs and pay spousal support to the tune of $100,000 a month.

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Jesse and Aryn, who were married for five years, still have to work out some details regarding posting images of their kids on social media.

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In 2018, Jesse briefly dated Black journalist Taylor Rooks, 28, before he began dating 30-year-old actress Taylour Paige (pictured with Jesse).

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Cardi B is seeking primary custody of her 2-year-old daughter Kulture in her divorce from promiscuous rapper Offset.

The "WAP" rapper, real name Belcalis Almanzar, filed documents in a Fulton County, Georgia court on Tuesday to end her three-year marriage to the Migos star. A hearing is set for November 4.

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Further details from the legal papers reveal that Cardi is asking for legal and primary physical custody of Kulture, and wants Offset to pay child support.

But word is that Offset is broke due to child support payments for his 4 other children and the coronavirus lockdowns prohibiting nightclub gigs and national tours. The Migos rapper has very little income and a ton of bills.

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In the documents, Cardi states via her lawyer that the marriage is "irretrievably broken". Adding that the former couple are currently separated, the papers add that "there are no prospects for a reconciliation".

According to the paperwork, the divorce is "contested", with Cardi listed as the plaintiff and Offset the defendant. However, the "Bodak Yellow" star ultimately hopes it will be "settled by agreement of the parties".

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Following the filing of the papers, a source close to Cardi told TMZ.com that she had no idea that her lawyer was going to be state her case that way, and she actually wants the split to be as "amicable" as possible.

"She wants Offset to have joint custody of Kulture and is determined to have an amicable, co-parenting situation," the insider told the website. "Her divorce petition also says she wants child support. (But) she does not want any support from Offset ... in the financial department, she's the Bank of Cardi."

Rumor has it that Cardi knows she would be in for a fight if she sought sole custody of Kulture. Offset knows all of Cardi's secrets -- dirt she doesn't want exposed in court papers.

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A judge let rapper Future off the hook by ordering him to pay $3,200-a-month in child support to the mother of his one-year-old daughter, Reign.

It's a small victory for the "Mask Off" impresario whose ex, Eliza Reign Seraphin, initially demanded $53,000-a-month.

The disappointed mom-of-one is appealing the judge's verdict.

"We are very hopeful that once we get all the documentation from him, his banking info, his credit card info, that the final child support number would be substantially higher," Seraphin's lawyer, Brandon Rotbart, told IG blog The Shade Room.

He added that he and his team are disputing the rapper's claims he only earns $30,000 -a-month. "We had some other evidence that was contradictory," Rotbart said.

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Seraphin, 29, previously rejected Future's proposed offer of $1,000-a-month in child support for their daughter. She began her career as an Instagram model in May 2016.

Future, 36, dated Seraphin on-and-off from 2016 through 2018. Their daughter is the rap star's sixth child by various women, including a son, Future Zahir, he shares with pop singer Ciara Wilson, 34.

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Rapper Lil Baby claims he's not a deadbeat dad because he sets aside uncashed checks for his two minor sons.

The 25-year-old Atlanta rapper made the claims after his ex-girlfriend accused him of falling to make child support payments.

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Lil Baby, real name Dominique Armani Jones, took to Instagram on Wednesday to share how he's providing for his boys, who he co-parents with ex Ayesha Little, mother of his four-year-old Jason, and girlfriend Jayda Cheaves, mom of his younger son, 18-month-old Loyal.

He captioned an Instagram photo gallery that shows him with his 2 children: "I Got Some Checcs That I I Ain't Touch They For Loyal An Jason" [sic].

The post comes days after Ayesha took to her Instagram Story to accuse the rap star of not paying their son's $10,000 school tuition fees.

"@LILBABY_1 JASON'S SCHOOL TUITION HAD AN OUTSTANDING BALANCE BEFORE THE VIRUS EVEN CAME ABOUT I HAVE EVERY EMAIL. DUE TO YOU NEVER PAYING IT THEY TOOK MY BABY OFF THE PORTALS SO HE WON'T RECEIVE ANY VIRTUAL LEARNING PROGRAMS FROM HIS SCHOOL BECAUSE THEY BASICALLY KICKED HIM OUT."

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Ayesha was reportedly upset after Jayda flashed IG images of her new Birkin handbag, an expensive gift to her from Lil Baby. The high-end Hermes bags cost tens of thousands of dollars.

Lil Baby insisted he chose not to pay for his son's school due to safety concerns amid the COVID-19 pandemic. He also shaded Ayesha.

"I get the n****s you f**king ain't buying you Birkins or whatever but don't go to the Internet and act like I don't go above and beyond for my son."

In another Instagram Story, the rapper is seen braiding his son Jason's hair. The adorable video won him cool points with the ladies on Instagram.
 


 

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Rick Ross has filed for joint custody of the children he shares with ex-girlfriend Briana Camille.

Brianna slapped the rapper with a paternity lawsuit after he stopped paying her child support for their kids, Berkeley and Billion.

Ross, whose real name is William Roberts II, filed a countersuit citing Briana's "erratic behavior", accusing her of preventing him from seeing the children, and also keeping a company car that Ross loaned her.

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Ross seeks joint custody of the children -- a move that will reduce his child support by half.

The rapper was criticized for mocking Briana after a DNA test confirmed he is the father of Berkeley and Billion.

"I can't believe Fat Girl took the blood test, damn, they said she damn near fell running away from them people when they came to make her take the blood test," he said in a video clip posted on May 18.

Ross called Briana his "surrogate" in the caption, writing "Eyez dat baby papi!! My surrogate always delivers!!! Big Thank you #Fatgirl."

Briana is reportedly pregnant with Rick's 5th child. He has two other children, daughter Toie Roberts and son, William Roberts III, from previous relationships.

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A judge has ordered rapper Future Hendrix to pay a whopping $53,000 a month in child support for their adorable daughter, Reign.

The angry rapper went on a tirade on Twitter.com after the news broke on Thursday.

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In one tweet, the rapper referred to Eliza as "ugly," which didn't sit well with his female fans.

"Dnt get high and treat a ugly girl pretty..HUGE MISTAKE [sic]," he tweeted.

In another tweet, he wrote "Ugly girls b in imaginary relationships."

Ironically, Eliza Reign asked her baby daddy for just $400 a month for their daughter, but he refused. So she did what any baby mama worth her salt would do and hauled him in front of a judge.

In rendering the child support amount, the judge considered the rapper's monthly income and his unreported nightclub fees.

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This hasn't been a good year for the promiscuous rapper. His trophy girlfriend, Lori Harvey, left him for one of his friends, and he still has those 9 other little mouths to feed -- plus their mothers to support.

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One of Jeezy's baby mamas claims he's a deadbeat dad who stranded her in Atlanta without a new car to transport their daughter.

In court documents, Mahlet "Mahi" Gebremedhin filed a motion for contempt of court, accusing Jeezy, real name Jay Jenkins, of reneging on a promise to give her $30,000 toward the purchase of a new car.

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Under the terms of their child support and custody deal for Mahi's 6-year-old daughter, the 42-year-old rapper reportedly agreed to pay Mahi $7,500 a month and pay nearly $30,000 for the girl's annual private school tuition.

Jeezy told the court that he makes $135,000 a month. But Mahi says he is crying broke after failing to give her the $30,000 she needed toward the purchase of a 2020 Jeep Wrangler.

Mahi had agreed to pay anything over $30,000 for the new ride, but she says Jeezy's lawyer stalled when she requested the money.

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She said Jeezy's lawyer initially claimed his client's finances had been impacted by the coronavirus pandemic. The rapper left Atlanta in March to quarantine in Los Angeles with his fiancee, Jeannie Mai.

Mahi's lawyer offered several different payment arrangements -- including sending the money directly to the dealership. But Jeezy's lawyer hesitated and said he didn't want to "blindly" send the money, according to the motion, obtained by BOSSIP.

Mahi said she needs the transportation after she totaled her car in a crash last year. She is originally from Ethiopia, and she previously claimed to be a successful entrepreneur with her own company.

Mahi claims she doesn't have family or friends in the United States. She is paying on a rental until Jeezy -- or someone -- comes through with the money. Mahi wants the court to jail the rapper until he pays for the car or reimburses her for the rental fees.

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Jeezy was forced to ask rap mogul Sean Combs for a loan to pay back a million-dollar loan to drug kingpin Terry "Southwest T" Flenory after rapper 50 Cent called Jeezy out on social media.

Flenory, 50, was released from a federal prison earlier this month after serving 12 years of a 30-year sentence for drug trafficking.

Flenory's brother, Demetrius "Big Meech" Flenory, 51, is still incarcerated.

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Rapper Future Hendrix has run out of excuses and time. A Georgia judge ordered him to take a DNA test to determine if he fathered Instagram model Eliza Seraphin's daughter, Reign.

Bossip reports the judge ordered Future to undergo DNA testing within the month or face penalties.

The father of 8 or 9 was also ordered to submit his income and other financial documents to the court within the next 10 days or face possible sanctions.

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Seraphin told the court she served Future with the paternity suit three times and the last contact was 45 days ago.

Meanwhile, the 36-year-old rapper is busy traveling the world with his latest sexual conquest, Steve Harvey's stepdaughter Lori Harvey.

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Seraphin believes Future has earned over $19 million in 2019, and she wants her cut for their daughter.

In his response to the court, Future accused Seraphin of calling their 9-month-old daughter Reign a "check baby."

Future's lawyers defined a "check baby" as urban slang for conceiving a child for the sole purpose of profiting financially by extorting money from a wealthy sperm donor.

Additionally, the 36-year-old rapper alleges that Eliza took fertility pills to ensure she would get pregnant.

Court documents obtained by TMZ shows that Future spoke with a friend of Eliza's, who confessed that Eliza researched the total amount of child support he pays to his other baby mamas.

In a social media post on Wednesday, Seraphin denied calling her daughter a "check baby."

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Rapper Future Hendrix is accusing one of his baby mamas of intentionally getting pregnant in order to extort him for financial gain.

The promiscuous rapper accused Eliza Seraphin of intentionally getting pregnant to ensure steady child support checks for at least 18 years.

Court documents show Future accused Eliza of calling their 9-month-old daughter Reign a "check baby."

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Future's lawyers defined a "check baby" as urban slang for conceiving a child for the sole purpose of profiting financially by extorting money from a wealthy sperm donor.

Additionally, the 36-year-old rapper alleges that Eliza took fertility pills to ensure she would get pregnant.

Court documents obtained by TMZ shows that Future spoke with a friend of Eliza's, who confessed that Eliza researched the total amount of child support he pays to his harem of baby mamas for his 8 or 9 children.

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Future shares a son, Future Zahir Wilburn, with studio singer Ciara Wilson, who is currently pregnant with her third child.

Future previously sued Eliza, accusing her of defamation, invasion of privacy and publicizing their sex life for financial gain.

The rapper said Eliza gave intimate details of his anatomy to vloggers in a recent interview, and that her behavior has caused him emotional distress and damaged his brand.

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Future believes Eliza is suffering from a mental illness and he claims she has been violent in the past and threatened former lovers with firearms.

Although he has not publicly claimed Reign as his daughter, Future admits having sex with Eliza on multiple occasions between 2016 and 2018.

Future prays the court will grant his request for a cap on any child support, telling the judge Eliza only needs $450 a month for Reign's basic necessities.

The judge has not yet ruled on the request.

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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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Lira Galore filed a restraining order against her baby daddy, Quality Control Record's CEO Pierre "Pee" Thomas. In the document, obtained by TMZ, Galore, who was born Tylira Mercer, said Thomas is threatening and unpredictable, even when he's in a courtroom.

Mercer wants a judge to order Thomas to stay away from her and their infant daughter.

Mercer filed docs seeking a temporary protective order against Thomas for threatening her last week during a court hearing in their custody battle for 9-month-old, Khaleesi Mercer.

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Mercer is best known for her brief engagement to rapper Rick Ross (pictured).

Last month Mercer accused Thomas of violent abuse, claiming he beat her during her first 8 months of pregnancy with his child. She's seeking at least $15 million for her injuries.

Mercer says in new docs that because of the past alleged violence, she's terrified of Thomas. She claims Thomas kept trying to speak to her during a hearing, including approaching her in an "intimidating nature" and attempted to get her phone number.

She claims while they were sitting across from each other in a conference room, he kept glaring at her and made her extremely uncomfortable. She says he got caught taking pictures of her on his cell phone.

Mercer says when she and her lawyer tried to leave the room, Thomas blocked the doorway and harassed her. She says they had to call a deputy to escort her safely out of the building.

Mercer claims the ordeal was traumatic for her and says even her lawyer "for the first time in her legal career, felt unsafe in the courtroom."

She's asking for a court order to keep Thomas 100 yards away and to not have any contact with her or their child.

Thomas denies he's been abusive and has called Mercer's claims a "15 million dollar shake down."

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One of Antonio Brown's baby mamas has taken legal action against the unemployed NFL star for child custody and financial support.

Brown was slapped with a paternity lawsuit by Chelsie Kyriss. According to the documents obtained by The Blast, Kyriss filed the suit in a Florida court on January 15.

Kryiss, who is Caucasian, asked the court to confirm Brown is the legal father of their three sons. She also wants the court to determine a set amount for child support.

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The lawsuit comes just days after the troubled wide receiver threw Kyriss and their children out of his Hollywood, Florida home and live-streamed himself cursing at her in front of their children.

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Brown accused Kyriss of attempting to steal his Bentley automobile - a gift from Brown to Kyriss during happier times.

In a previous court case in December, Brown filed an eviction notice to legally evict Kyriss from his home.

In the suit, Brown said Kyriss was a "former girlfriend" who had been living at the home as his guest. He said he repeatedly asked her and his kids to leave, but she refused. "Defendants continue to remain in, occupy or otherwise possess the subject property without honest of Plaintiff," reads the document.

Brown gave Kyriss a deadline of December 18 to be gone and remove her personal belongings from the property, but she missed the deadline.

Brown was cut by the New England Patriots after one game amid sexual assault allegations against him.

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A woman claims rapper DaBaby fathered her 5-year-old son and abandoned them both without so much as a phone call.

The woman, who posts under the username Detreatk Green, put the rapper on blast on Sunday for not claiming his mini-me son in 5 years.

In a post on Facebook she uploaded a photo of her adorable son, who resembles DaBaby right down to the confident attitude and toothy grin.

"I hate I had to come to social media to finally put the truth out. But it bothers me so bad that DaBaby out here not claiming OUR child," Green wrote. "He's now 5 years old and Dababy had yet to even SEE own his child [sic] in person. No contact no nothing. Just remember it took two of us to make this child."

The rapper, whose real name is Jonathan Kirk, publicly claims a son and a daughter. The promiscuous rapper reportedly has multiple unclaimed children in the wild.

The 28-year-old Capricorn was released from a Miami jail late Saturday after posting $1,500 bond.

DaBaby was arrested last week and charged with misdemeanor battery following an altercation with a Miami music promoter.

The music promoter admitted paying DaBaby $20,000 cash upfront for a performance on Thursday. But DaBaby claims he was promised $30,000.

Video allegedly shows DaBaby and another member of his entourage assault the man and go through his pockets.

The man told police he was robbed of $80 and an iPhone 7, and DaBaby poured apple juice on him.
 

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NFL star Janoris Jenkins was let go by the NY Giants after he insulted a fan on Twitter.com and then refused to apologize.

Jenkins responded to a Twitter user’s comment by calling him a word that is hurtful to people with special needs and delayed developmental disorders.

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When asked about using the word - which is banned by organizations such as the Special Olympics, Jenkins shrugged and said it was just "hood" talk.

The Giants asked Jenkins, 31, to publicly apologize, and when he refused, he was fired. Jenkins is nearing the end of his career. The cornerback struggled on the defensive line, which didn't help the Giants' dismal 2-11 record this season.

All of which means Jenkins may not be signed by another NFL team.

This is bad news for Jenkins' baby mama, Sontaevia Armstrong, who received an increase in child support for her two kids in 2016.

Jenkins, who signed a $62 million contract with the Giants in 2016, was paying Armstrong $4,000 a month. But Armstrong asked a judge to increase his voluntary child support after he signed that fat contract.

Jenkins has had his share of troubling headlines. In 2018, his brother was charged with manslaughter after a dead body was found in the basement of Jenkins' mansion.

Police arrested William Jenkins and charged him with aggravated manslaughter in the death of Roosevelt Rene.

Janoris told TMZ that Rene was a "good friend" and "it hurts my heart to know the he's passed."

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Lee Daniels, left, came to the rescue of deadbeat dad Damon Dash, right, who owes $950,000 in back child support to his baby mamas Rachel Roy and Cindy Morales.

The money is part of a debt Daniels owes Dash to the tune of $1.7 million. Dame loaned Daniels the money to invest in a movie. But Daniels never paid the cash back, prompting Dash to take to social media to embarrass the father of two.

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Dame was arrested in New York City last month for failing to pay child support. Following his release from jail Dash claimed he turned himself in and paid off his large debt to his exes.

"I went to turn myself in with money! I already paid it! And I still walked in with cuffs," Dash said outside the courthouse. "No more warrants. Everything is clear."

But Daniels' offer to pay off the debt suggests Dash did not pay the money like he claimed.

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Damon Dash was arrested in New York on Wednesday, Nov. 20, after racking up more than $400,000 in outstanding child support.

The 48-year-old rap mogul stayed one step ahead of the police for several years after failing to make payments to ex-girlfriend Cindy Morales, with whom he shares a son, and his former wife, designer Rachel Roy, pictured above with one of their two daughters.

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Complicating the troubled mogul's financial difficulties is his fiancee, Raquel Horn (pictured), is pregnant with his fourth child.

Dash reportedly fled the Big Apple and relocated to the West Coast to avoid arrest, but he returned to NYC this week to try and clear up his legal troubles.

According to TMZ, Dash appeared in court to plead with a judge for leniency, claiming he was so broke he couldn't afford $2,400 in fees.

Dash told the court he had no income and his current business ventures were not turning a profit, according to WENN.com.

But the police were unsympathetic. They clapped the handcuffs on him as he headed into a courthouse on Wednesday to settle a child support bill to Rachel Roy.

"We've been looking to arrest him since 2015," Sheriff Joseph Fucito told the New York Post's Page Six. Fucito said Dash had 2 warrants for his arrest.

The first felony warrant, relating to child support for Morales, was issued in April, 2015, while a second warrant was issued by a Bronx Family Court judge in March after Dash skipped payments to Roy.

According to TMZ, Dash was taken into custody and escorted to Brooklyn, where he handed over money for the balance of his debt. He was subsequently released from custody.

Dash rose from humble beginnings sweeping up barbershops and selling newspapers as a teenager to co-founding Roc-A-Fella Records and Rocawear clothing with Jay-Z as a young adult.

He earned tens of millions of dollars as a music and fashion mogul over the course of his career.
 

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