Chris Bosh’s Baby Mama Pleads for Bankruptcy Not to Be Dismissed
theJasmineBRAND.com exclusively reports Chris Bosh’s baby mama, Allison Mathis, is asking that her bankruptcy case not be dismissed.
Here’s the latest: On November 2nd, the trustee presiding over her bankruptcy filed a motion to dismiss the entire case due to Mathis failing to pay her monthly payments for being delinquent to the tune of $7k+. On Nov 22, Mathis responded to the motion to dismiss saying she intends of making a $7k payment to catch up on her back payments. She also stated that she had been dealing with the death of a family member and it caused her to fall behind in her payments.
Here’s the backstory: Back in 2014, Allison Mathis, who is mother to his daughter Trinty, filed for Chapter 13 bankruptcy last year in Florida Court. She claimed to have assets in the 100-500k and liabilities in the same range.
Mathis listed her real property in the 300k range and 20k in personal property. She owed 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.
Her monthly income was stated as $3,985 but her expenses were $1,615. She listed her profession as part time research assistant. She made $800 a month from income and $2,685 from child support from Bosh, while her family gives her $500 a month to help her.
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.