Cut The Check! Chad Johnson Accused Of Being A DeadBeat Dad!

November 18, 2012  |  

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Chad Johnson is so worried about what Evelyn is doing that according to one of the mothers of his children, he has become a deadbeat dad.

According to papers recently filed by Andrea Pearson, mother to his son born in 2010, Chad failed to pay his child support in the amount of $5,250 in October. Further, she says that he’s been consistently late on all of his payments for their child.  Part of the reason Pearson filed the papers so quickly is because she says that she cannot afford to take care of the child without that monthly support.

She’s also asking the court to lock Chad up until he pays his bill if he cannot immediately come up with the money.  Although he is currently unemployed (he was cut from his last football team after the domestic violence incident with Evelyn Lozada), Chad appears to be a big spender so it shouldn’t be hard to come up with this money.

But people close to Chad say they don’t even know where this is coming from because Chad has always provided for his son, including buying a house for Pearson.  So far, no word on which was the court will rule.

Chad, the last thing you need, if this is true, is an issue with taking care of your child. With all the time on his hands, he should be making sure he’s taking time for his son (and other kids), both financially and emotionally. It seems like the problems keep mounting for him.

By the way, why in the world are you, Andrea Pearson, having a kid by a man when you can’t afford to take care of it without receiving child support?  We all know taking care of children is a huge responsibility but that’s why we have a job (or two) to help us do the best we can.

Hopefully, this will all be cleared up soon.

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