Blake Griffin has reportedly been ordered by the Los Angeles Superior Court to pay $258,000 a month in child support.
Radar Online reports that the Detroit Pistons forward will pay his ex Brynn Cameron over $3 million a year for their two children, five-year-old Ford and two-year-old Finn. That’s around nine percent of the $35 million he makes in annual income after investments and endorsements.
According to court documents, both sides were ordered in July to mutually agree on school expenses, but Griffin would be responsible for extracurricular activities. They will have joint custody of the kids.
Cameron filed suit back in February after she claimed Griffin didn’t “provide promised financial support.” If you remember, he broke of his engagement to date Kendall Jenner.
Blake Griffin is entering his ninth NBA season, not including the 2009/2010 season he missed entirely due to injury. It will be his first full season with the Pistons to whom he was traded mid-season last season.
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