The money isn’t the only thing Layzie Bone needs to get in order if it’s found he is the father of the child in question. Layzie Bone is married and has been for a while. The woman, who allegedly Layzie had an affair with, says she initially filed the paternity suit in October of last year. She also says she has been following up on that filing since then and hasn’t heard a response from the multi-platinum rapper. With Layzie Bone not responding to the paternity suit, the court can declare him the father of the child by default. Despite all of the legal wrangling going on about him, Layzie Bone still hasn’t responded to the court or the woman. That could hurt his pockets even more in the long run because the courts charge interest on all unpaid child support payments. Layzie Bone better hope that “Crossroads” and “1st of Da Month” money is still coming in because the courts are coming after him.
One of Nate Dogg’s baby mama’s has made a claim against the estate of the late rapper for unpaid child support money, the Daily Mail reports. Shereda Williams, whose child was born in 2006, filed a creditor’s claim against the rapper’s estate, alleging it owes her $339,924 in unpaid child support. Nate Dogg was supposed to pay her $4,358 per month, but never made a single payment since the birth of their child in 2006.
Shereda says the estate now owes her the outstanding balance, including the payments which have accumulated since the death of the rapper.
In December 2007, the singer was left paralysed on one side of his body after a massive stroke and was struck by a second one in September 2008.
Unfortunately, Nate was pretty short on cash before his death … so it might be a while before she gets paid … possibly an eternity.
Rappers, careful what you boast and brag about. Future’sfirst baby mama is taking the struggle falsetto king back to court over child support payments. She wants more cash. In early January, Future came to terms with Jessica Smith over child support payments. A DNA test proved Future, born Nayvadius Wilburn Cash, was the father of a 10-year-old son. Citing a monthly income of $16,516, Future agreed he would pay $1,662 a month in child support. However, Smith alleges that shortly thereafter the “Same Damn Time” rapper claimed to carry 25 large on his person at all times, reports TMZ. Note: This not that safest things to do in the hood, just saying. Smith felts that she was duped, and immediately filed paperwork to get their child support terms updated. Smith claims Future makes $50K a month, which if the math stays the same would mean about $5,000 in child support payments.
A couple of points to be made here. Rappers lie about their net worth all the time. But Future is making bank considering he is a hot commodity in the game and even has penning hits songs for Rihanna to his credit. Also worth noting, it seems like Future didn’t know about his son until Smith came out the woodwork and sued him last year. Where was she when he was broke? But hey, all the money will be going to the child, right? Just saying. Future’s new album, Future Hendrix, is due out later this year.
Pamela Smith, the woman who accused NBA legend Michael Jordan of fathering her son had her day in court today. Smith was due to go before Judge Bensonetta Tipton Lane at 2 p.m. today. Smith’s attorney, Randy Kessler, is confident that Judge Tipton Lane won’t dimiss the case.
According to Rollingout Magazine
Kessler said in a statement to press, “We are honored to have been asked to represent Ms. Smith who has been unable to resolve this matter herself. The vicious statements made in Mr. Jordan’s legal documents will be responded to in her own forthcoming pleadings, but at this time Ms. Smith wants to be clear. Her former husband Mr. Reynolds has not been involved in her child’s life since the divorce in 2005, has never paid support for the child and has shown no interest in the child. The claims by Respondent’s counsel that ‘It is troubling that Smith now inflicts measurable harm upon her son while seeking to deprive her son’s father Reynolds, of the rights and privileges of joint legal custody’ are completely unfounded and meant only to disparage her. Our client feels that Mr. Jordan had numerous opportunities to resolve this matter by having a simple conversation with her. If he claims he is not the father, a simple $300 saliva test could likely resolve the issue instead of further court or public involvement.”
Jordan and Smith were involved in a relationship in 1995 – while he was married to his first wife Juanita.
Michael Jordan has asked a Georgia court to dismiss a lawsuit filed against him by a woman who says the NBA hall of famer is the father of her 16-year-old son.
Jordan’s spokeswoman Estee Portnoy released a statement to The Associated Press:
”Public records show that the paternity of the child was established in a prior case in this same court many years ago and that Michael Jordan is not the father. He also filed a counterclaim seeking sanctions for the false claims made against him. It is unfortunate that well-known figures are the target of these kind of claims. Michael Jordan will vigorously defend himself and his reputation.”
Smith’s lawsuit requests Jordan take a paternity test and pay child support. She also requested the boy’s last name be changed to Jordan, and for a judge to order the Georgia Department of Vital Records to issue him a new birth certificate.
The lawsuit requests that any hearing or trial be conducted in closed court to protect the teen’s privacy.
The courts haven’t been kind to Future in 2013, as the rapper faces new paternity suit drama. TMZ reports that a woman has filed suit against Future earlier this month, claiming that she gave birth to his son on December 4th.The woman is seeking child support payments. In the suit, the documents provide that if Future disputes the paternity, the woman wants a judge to order a DNA test. Earlier in January, Future settled another paternity suit that resulted in him agreeing to pay $1,662 a month in child support for his 10-year-old son. Future recently dropped the mixtape FBG: The Movie.