Crawford also claimed that he had been paying her over $14K a month to support his children along with purchasing a Arizona home for them to live in. Freeman sold off the home when she left for California.
However, Crawford then sued Freeman in civil court demanding she pay him a portion of the money she made off the sale of the home — due to him being the one who purchased it in her name. Freeman fired back claiming he was owed nothing from the sale and demanded the lawsuit be dismissed.
Then on July 15th, the Arizona court sided with the Freeman and dismissed the legal battle without awarding Crawford any of the money he demanded. Crawford wasn’t done fighting quite yet, because he then filed an appeal to the courts order on September 11th 2014. He is attempting to get the previous decision overturned and have his baby mama be ordered to pay the money from the sale of the property.
The appeal is still pending with no decision being made yet by the court.