(EXCLUSIVE) Chris Bosh’s Baby Mama Can’t Afford Bankruptcy Payments, Despite His $100 Mill + NBA Salary

Mathis listed her real property in the $300k range and $20k in personal property. She owes close to $284k on her Windermere, FL home. She was facing foreclosure on the home and a pending lawsuit was filed against her in Orange County, FL.

Chris, Allison Circa 2008

Chris, Allison Circa 2008

Her monthly income was stated as $3,985 but her expenses were $1,615. She lists her profession as part-time research assistant. She makes $800 a month from income and $2,685 from child support from Bosh, and her family provides her $500 a month to assist.

She only had $1,250 in her checking account and $18 in her savings and $2k in furniture. Further, she claimed to only have made $30k during 2011 and 2012 in income and $30k in child support from Bosh in 2013.

Mathis and Bosh have been battling in court for years, both throwing nasty allegations back and forth– and recently settled their custody and child support battle earlier this year. She is currently still suing him for allegedly ruining her chance to have a spot on the reality show, “Basketball Wives.”

Bosh’s baby mama signed a re-payment plan as part of her bankruptcy that stated she was to pay $2,969 a month to her creditors for the first 9 months and then a total of $3,815.39 a month for the next 50 months.

However, the trustee in the bankruptcy filed docs earlier this month stating Mathis had not made payments. The court documents explain that Bosh’s baby mama hasn’t made the required payments to her creditors and is behind a total of $7,462 in payments. The trustee is demanding the bankruptcy be thrown out and Mathis be on the hook for her massive debt on her own.

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Authored by: Kellie Williams