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Rick Ross's pockets are a little lighter after he agreed to pay one of his baby mamas $11,000 per month in child support for three children.

According to TMZ, Ross agreed to pay Briana Camille $11,000 per month plus annual payments of up to $3,000 per child and attorney's fees.

His financial records shows Ross earns $585,000 a month from his various business ventures while Camille earns just $142 a month.

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If you recall, Ross filed for joint custody of the minor children he shares with his ex-girlfriend after she slapped him with a paternity suit for their two children, Berkeley and Billion.

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

The rapper was criticized for mocking Briana after a DNA test confirmed he is the biological 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.

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

At the time, she was pregnant with their infant named Bless, who recently turned 1.

Ross has two other children, adult daughter Toie Roberts and teenage son, William Roberts III, from previous relationships.

Ross recently gifted his son with his own Wing Stop franchise for his 17th birthday.

He captioned a photo of his son sitting on a throne:

"Everyone wish my son @mmgbigbank
HAPPY 16th BIRTHDAY !!!

Today he became the owner of his 1st
@wingstop franchise.

Your now officially a BOSS !!!
Keep Going."

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A Chicago judge who revoked a mother's custody of her 11-year-old son until she got vaccinated has reversed his decision.

Rebecca Firlit, a 39-year-old desk clerk, was surprised when Cook County Judge James Shapiro asked about her vaccination status during a virtual child support hearing with her ex-husband.

Firlit explained that she had "adverse reactions in the past and was advised not to get vaccinated by her doctor. It poses a risk."

But Judge Shapiro revoked Firlit's custody of her 11-year-old son until she got the vaccine.
 
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Firlit's attorney, Annette Fernholz, immediately appealed the order, arguing that Shapiro overstepped his authority as a judge.

"In this case you have a judge, without any matter before him regarding the parenting time with the child deciding 'Oh, you're not vaccinated. You don't get to see your child until you are vaccinated.' That kind of exceeds his jurisdiction," Fernholz told Fox 32 Chicago.

"You have to understand the father did not even bring this issue before the court. So it's the judge on his own and making this decision that you can't see your child until you're vaccinated," she added.

Fernholz said Judge Shapiro reversed his order on Monday.

"Judge Shapiro just issued an order vacating portions of his prior order of August 11th so Rebecca Firlit can see her son again," Fernholz told Fox 32.

She said the judge likely reversed his decision following "media outcry".

"I think there's been a lot of media outcry. The divorce bar here in Illinois has been responding when they saw it on the news," Fernholz said.

Another attorney representing Firlit's son said Firlit became "volatile" during the child support hearing, and her behavior may have influenced the judge.

But Firlit denied doing anything to endanger her child. "It definitely was not a reason to take my child away from me," she said.

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When Rebecca Firlit attended a virtual child custody hearing with her ex-husband on Aug. 10, the first thing Cook County Judge James Shapiro asked was whether she was vaccinated.

Firlit, a 39-year-old desk clerk, explained that she had "adverse reactions in the past and was advised not to get vaccinated by her doctor. It poses a risk."

But the judge revoked her custody until she got the vaccine that poses a risk to her health.

Firlit's attorney, Annette Fernholz, immediately filed an appeal of the judge's order. Fernholz said her client has been divorced seven years and she and her ex share custody.

Firlit told the Sun-Times she thought the hearing would cover child support and child expenses - not custody.

"One of the first things he asked me when I got on the Zoom call was whether or not I was vaccinated, which threw me off because I asked him what it had to do with the hearing," Firlit said.

"I was confused because it was just supposed to be about expenses and child support. I asked him what it had to do with the hearing, and he said, 'I am the judge, and I make the decisions for your case.'"

Firlit said she hopes an appellate court will rule in her favor because she believes the judge overreached his judicial authority.

She said the only contact she has had with her son since Aug. 10 is by phone.

"I talk to him every day. He cries, he misses me. I send him care packages," she said.

Fernholz said she hopes an appellate court gets involved this week and reverses Shapiro's ruling.

"It's very much exceeding his judicial authority," she said.

Jeffrey Leving, who represents Firlit's ex-husband, told the Sun-Times he was not expecting the judge to ask about vaccinations. However, the father - who is fully vaccinated - agrees with the judge's decision.

"We support the judge's decision," Leving said, before adding they will fight Firlit's appeal.

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Kelly Clarkson has been ordered to pay her ex-husband, Brandon Blackstock, $195,000 -per-month in spousal and child support.

The legal victory comes as People magazine reports that Brandon requested $436,000 a month in spousal support and child support from Kelly.

A Los Angeles County Court judge issued the order this week following a hearing on the former couple's property and child custody, according to documents obtained by The Blast.

Court docs lists the singer/TV personalty's monthly income at over $1.5 million.

The new payment plan is back dated to April 1, 2021.

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The documents also reveal Brandon has given up his career as a manager in the entertainment business and is becoming a "rancher full-time".

During the former couple's ongoing divorce, Kelly asked the court to allow her to sell their Montana ranch, but the judge denied the request and ordered Brandon to start covering the costs of the property.

According to the new order, Clarkson is also required to pay $1.25 million to cover Brandon's attorneys fees.

The singer filed for divorce in 2020, after seven years of marriage.

Kelly was previously granted primary physical custody over the couple's 2 minor children.
 

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Kelly, 38, filed for divorce from Blackstock in June after 7 years of marriage. They share daughter, River Rose, 6, and son, Remington Alexander, 4. Blackstock also has two children from a previous marriage: Seth, far left, and Savannah, 2nd from left.

A source tells People that Blackstock, 43, has been "unreasonable" in his requests for support and attorney's fees from the 2002 American Idol winner.

"Kelly's offered to pay for all the kids' expenses, but Brandon seems to think he is entitled to and needs $301,000 in spousal support and $135,000 in child support per month," said the source.

Blackstock claims he needs $5.2 million a year to continue living the life of luxury that he was accustomed to while married to Kelly.

The source said, "Additionally, he's already asked for $2 million for attorney fees when he's the one driving up the cost of the divorce with seven attorneys just representing him alone.

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Joie Chavis took to social media to clear the air about assumptions her fans may have about her baby daddies, Future Hendrix and Bow Wow.

Since the Covid peaked in 2020, courts stopped aggressively pursuing fathers who are behind in their child support payments.

Times are hard for everyone, including rappers who can't tour or book club gigs due to the lockdowns.

In a Q&A session on her Youtube channel, Joie Chavis asked her followers to reveal their uninformed assumptions about her.

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At the 2:11 mark of the video [click here], Joie revealed she doesn't receive child support from either of her children's fathers.

"Um, I don't get any child support (imitates a record scratching) - repeat that -- I don't get any child support."

Joie was a background dancer for Bow Wow when he fathered her daughter, Shai Moss, 9.

She also welcomed a son named Hendrix with Future in 2018.

"I don't really need to ask for certain things for my kids 'cause I can do everything myself," she said confidently.

Watch the full video below.

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Halle Berry won a major victory in child support court -- her monthly child support payments to her ex, Gabriel Aubry, have been slashed in half.

The Oscar winner was ordered to pay Aubry $16,000-a-month following the couple's split, so he could cover expenses for their 13-year-old daughter Nahla, but due to Covid-19, revenues for movie stars are down across the board.

Thanks to a new settlement, Halle is now ordered to pay her ex $8,000-a-month for their daughter.

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As part of the deal, obtained by The Blast, Halle has agreed to pay "retroactive" support to Gabriel and cover Nahla's private school tuition and health insurance.

The Monster's Ball star has also agreed to pay Gabriel additional child support if her income exceeds $1.95 million in any given year, and she must also contribute $5,000 to Gabriel's attorney's fees and costs.

The former lovers have also agreed to exchange annual income information and tax returns, as well as other documents.

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Deadbeat dads everywhere can relate to Kandi Burruss' ex-boyfriend Russell "Block" Spencer.

When September rolls around this year, the music manager and father of three will have two less mouths to feed.

Block took to social media over the weekend to celebrate the expiration dates of two of his child support obligations.

He shared a video clip of a man dancing, and captioned the video: "... me after september – officially getting rid of both dem baby mama's!!! 18 ya biiiiish!! – – strap up young homies! Get married !!"

His celebration was not appreciated by Kandi and her eldest daughter, Riley Burruss, who referred to her father as a "bum."

Riley, 18, and her dad have not spoken in years. "I feel like my father never really did anything. It's time for him to at least provide something when I'm going away to college," she said.

“Wasn't I like 15 when he came around and tried to start talking again? When you are only the bum father to me, it just kind of rubs me the wrong way because you had the capability to be there because I can see it with all your other children. I have the people around me who I'm already comfortable with, so I feel like I just kind of moved past the point where he’s necessary."

Kandi discussed Block's child support obligations during the recent episode of Real Housewives of Atlanta, saying he still owes Riley $100,000 in default payments.

Block and his handsome wife are parents to a 3-year-old boy named King Cairo.
 

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Lil Baby's other baby mama, Ayesha, is considering taking him back to court after an OnlyFans adult film star leaked the details of his cash transaction with her.

A woman named Ms. London, who earns a living making adult films and prostituting herself, revealed she was paid $6,000 by the father-of-two while Jayda, the mother of his youngest son, was at home caring for their child.

The rapper had just celebrated his 26th birthday at a maskless bash in Atlanta last week when he apparently hooked up with Ms. London at a hotel and left $6,000 on the nightstand afterwards.

London couldn't wait to share the details of their sexual encounter on Twitter.

"Ok I'm home, 6k richer & full of 1942," London wrote in a now-deleted tweet. "The best d*ck I ever had came from a millionaire who didn't say more than two full sentences to me," she tweeted. "He literally beat me to the mattress soon as I got in the room... Not dropping no names, but jayda not leaving this man ever," she said, referring to the rapper's long-suffering baby mama, Jayda Cheaves.

After Lil Baby's predictable denials, Ms. London shared a DM exchange in which he reportedly told her: "What's the point of paying if you do all that !! You fuccin the game up !! If I pay for pussy youn supposed to speak on it. That's bad business mama."

Now the mother of Lil Baby's eldest son, Jason, wants to know why she and her son are forced to subsist on a measly $2,000 a month when he's dropping stacks on prostitutes.

Ayesha is considering taking him back to court -- and now she has the evidence to prove her case.

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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.