The Fight For Trinity Continues: Chris Bosh Files Legal Documents Against Ex For Physical Custody Of Daughter

June 23, 2013  |  

 

Chris with wife Adrienne and daughter Trinity (Johnny Louis/WENN)

“Chris Bosh, you just won another NBA championship! What are you going to do now?

“I’m going back to court to fight with my daughter’s mother!”

Yes, the ongoing battle between Bosh and Allison Mathis continues to roll on. According to TMZ, the Miami Heat forward has filed papers for primary physical custody of their daughter, Trinity.

Seriously, we just told you on Friday that she was filing papers saying he lied under oath about his residency.

The former couple has been fighting over child support, custody and anything else you can think of since Mathis was six months pregnant.

In his documents, Bosh says Mathis has been doing everything in her power to alienate him from Trinity, including blocking contact, not allowing her to travel with his family and smearing his name to their daughter.

Last year, Mathis did an interview where she stated Bosh was not a good provider and that she faced foreclosure on her home and was going to have to get on welfare because his $2,600 a month child support payments weren’t good enough. Bosh’s team fired back with documentation stating that not only does he pay child support and gives as much physical and emotional attention to Trinity as he can under the circumstances, but he also pays for schooling, extracurricular activities, medical expenses and more. They also provided proof that he gave her $250,000 in 2010.

Bosh, who married his wife Adrienne in 2011, also has a son and another baby on the way.

Mathis and her team have filed their own documents stating that Bosh’s claims are untrue.

This ongoing fight between Chris and Allison is really ridiculous and in the end, Trinity is the one who is really losing. Hopefully, they can one day find a resolution.

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