Blake Griffin Ordered to Pay Baby Mama $258K in Child Support For Two Kids
Detroit Pistons baller Blake Griffin is being ordered to fork over a larger portion of his piggy bank. The Los Angeles Superior Court ruled that he must pay his ex-fiancée, Brynn Cameron, $258,000 a month in child support.
Amid their messy break-up, Blake allegedly threw Brynn and their young children out of his house. He eventually moved them into a Manhattan Beach home. With Blake’s total annual income being $35 million, courts feel the $258,000 he’ll pay in child support is only a portion. This will add up to a $3.096 million a year paycheck for Brynn. The parents will share joint custody.
Twitter user @VtheEsquire broke down the financial logic behind Blake Griffin’s child support payments before Bare Minimum Twitter could complain. He said:
Blake and Brynn reportedly broke up over a year ago when he abruptly started seeing model/reality TV star Kendall Jenner, who is now seeing Ben Simmons of the Philadelphia 76ers. (Whew chile, the NBA.)
Blake Griffin and Brynn Cameron share two children: five-year-old Ford, and two-year-old Finn. Brynn has a third child from a previous relationship with USC quarterback Matt Leinart.
Do you think Blake is being taken advantage of due to his celebrity status?
Written by @Miata_Shanay