Chief Keef still isn't handling his financial obligations according to Jasmine Woodford, the mother of one of his children.
Keef has already been ordered to cover health insurance for a toddler daughter (along with child support), but hasn't been upholding his entire end of the deal, TMZ reports.
Woodford says Keef hasn't gotten the toddler coverage, even though it's well within his means. In the legal documents, she claims she is a nursing student who can't afford insurance for the child, and notes Keef's reported $6 million record deal and close to $600,000 in assets.
Keef was held in contempt last September for missing a hearing in the matter and ignoring a payment order. In November 2013, he was ordered to pay $2,500 a month for child support beginning Dec. 1 of that year and $25,000 worth of back support by Dec. 31, 2013.
The "F--k Rehab" spitter's child support issues are ongoing and just one chapter of his legal troubles, which include various lawsuits, arrests and a rehab stint.
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