Ludacris’ Baby Mother Calls BS On Claims He’s Too Broke To Pay $15K Child Support, Wants Financial Records For Last 2 Years

September 3, 2014  |  

Earlier in the year the news broke that rapper Ludacris had fathered a child with a woman named Tamika Fuller while on break from dating longtime girlfriend Eudoxie Agnan. Soon after, the child support battle began. She was seeking $15,000 from him per month, but the rapper admitted that he wasn’t living as lavishly as everyone thought. He claimed that he only made $55,000 in 2013, and the money he was looking forward to from his work on Fast and Furious 7 was out of reach because shooting went on hold after the death of Paul Walker. He only wanted to pay her $1,800 a month, but a judge ordered him to pay $7,000 for his newborn daughter, Cai.

Well, shooting for the film has continued. The rapper has filmed swanky music videos, and he not only hosted the 2014 Billboard Music Awards, but he also was co-host of the ABC reality show, “Rising Star.” The checks are coming in. With that in mind, Fuller thinks Ludacris has been lying about his finances and wants proof and receipts of how he has been spending his money for the last two years…

According the the JasmineBrand, who got their hands on court documents, Fuller wants all of the following financial records in order to prove that Luda can afford to pay her the initial $15,000 per month she was asking for:

“All receipts, sales or purchase notices … of any tangible personal property including … any gold, silver, jewelry, watches, furs, automobiles, stereo equipment, televisions, cameras, video equipment or any other purchases over $499 since June 1st 2012.”

Just when he thought the drama from this situation was dying down, Fuller is back and going for the jugular –and his pockets. Do you think the rapper can afford $15,000 per month? Do you think Fuller’s support request is way too much?

 

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