NBA Player Malik Beasley Reportedly Challenged Son’s Paternity Amid Divorce With Montana Yao

Montana Yao, Malik Beasley

NBA Player Malik Beasley Reportedly Challenged Son’s Paternity Amid Divorce With Montana Yao

The divorce between NBA player Malik Beasley and his estranged wife Montana Yao is turning ugly as he allegedly challenged the paternity of their son.

As previously reported, Montana Yao filed for divorce after Malik Beasley was seen holding hands with Larsa Pippen. Montana Yao and Malik Beasley got married in March 2020.

Larsa Pippen

Malik Beasley and the reality star are said to be still going strong.

Meanwhile, in divorce proceedings, Malik Beasley reportedly questioned the paternity of Makai Joseph Beasley, who turns two this month. His lawyer, Steven A. Hanley, told Us Weekly that a test was taken last week, but results weren’t back in time for the March 29th hearing.

Earlier this month, Montana Yao repeated claims that the Minnesota Timberwolves player forced her and the child to leave their home.

She said, according to Page Six, that he kicked them out

“at 4am with no where [sic] to go and nothing but 2 suit cases [sic] after asking me to be a stay at home mom and wife for the past 3 years of our relationship.”

She added that she and Makai have been staying at “hotels and Airbnb’s even moving states” before her parents took them in. She also accused Beasley’s parents of being absent and not trying to contact their grandchild.

She said while he appears to claim Makai on social media, he privately has requested a paternity test. She also denied claims that she cheated on Beasley.

A judge previously denied her request for temporary spousal support but granted her $6,800 a month for temporary child support. She requested $8,000.

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Authored by: Char Patterson