Master P Uses His Kids to Score a Win Against Sonya Miller In Court

NEW YORK, NEW YORK - APRIL 11:  Master P. attends the unveiling of the original, Long-Lost Jackie Robinson Baseball Contracts at Times Square on April 11, 2016 in New York City.  (Photo by John Lamparski/WireImage)

Master P Uses His Kids to Score a Win Against Sonya Miller In Court

The latest move in their ongoing custody and divorce battle.

Published August 21, 2016

Master P's divorce battle against his ex-wife Sonya Miller just took a nasty new turn.

TMZ reports that the No Limit boss got his kids to write letters to the judge presiding over this divorce case, asking that their dad's child support payments to Sonya be reduced.

P. Miller says his three kids who are minors live with him full time thanks to Sonya's drug addiction, and he wants to cut the $10,473 in child support and $16,574 in spousal support that he's currently paying.

To back up his claim, his kids Hercy, Mercy and Itali all penned emotional letters to the judge.  "Although I love being with my mom I was unable to keep my grades up," wrote Itali. "Unfortunately, my mom was dealing with addiction issues that affected my older sister, who hasn't even had the opportunity to graduate high school."

What's more, Percy claims he's not pulling in as much as he used to — in fact, his income is a shockingly low $2,441 per month — and only has $432 in the bank. Clearly, "divorce math" can be misleading, but if he really is as strapped as he claims to be, hopefully the No Limit biopic he's working on will change all that.

Written by Evelyn Diaz

(Photo: John Lamparski/WireImage)


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