Kevin Garnett’s Alleged Baby Mother Files For Child Support For 2-Year-Old Daughter
Kevin Garnett’s Alleged Baby Mother Files For Support For 2-Year-Old Daughter
A woman is seeking child support for Kevin Garnett’s alleged 2-year-old daughter.
Necat Akman, the mother of Kevin Garnett’s alleged daughter, asked the court for full custody and child support for her daughter. In new legal documents, Necat Akman claims Kevin Garnett, 46, isn’t denying that he has a 2-year-old daughter, instead, she wants both parties to agree on the child support that should be given.
On Friday (June 3), Necat Akman’s custody agreement stated:
“Garnett and I have signed a voluntary declaration of parentage or paternity regarding the minor children.”
She continued to ask the court to make the retired NBA star:
“Provide medical insurance for the minor child, contribute to add-on expenses incurred on behalf of the minor child, including but not limited to uninsured medical expenses, childcare costs relating to her employment, payment of preschool and private school tuition, and extracurricular activities.”
The mother of Garnett’s alleged child also requested Garnett to start a college fund for their daughter.
There have been no reports of the ex couple having a child two years ago. With this being said, it’ll be up to a judge in Los Angeles to come to a conclusion unless the two come up with an agreement. Documents show that Akman and her daughter currently reside in New York.
This isn’t the first time the All-Star MVP entered a courtroom for his children.
In December of 2018, Garnett headed for divorce with his ex-wife Brandi Padilla after being married for 14 years. The ex-couple have two children together. Court documents show Brandi Padilla’s request for full custody of her children with Garnett receiving visitation rights. Brandi Padilla requested $46,000 monthly in child support with $146,000 in spousal support.
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