BOSSIP Exclusive: Judge Slaps Second Warrant On Damon Dash

- By Bossip Staff

Troubled Co-Founder Of Roc-A-Fella Records Owes Another Baby Mama $50K In Back Child Support

A Bronx Family Court Judge has slapped a second warrant on Damon Dash for more than $50,000 in back child support for his tween son, BOSSIP can reveal.

Dash’s son’s mother, who BOSSIP is not identifying, asked the court to step in for the back due support, which totals $51,019, during the contempt hearing April 20.

This is the second warrant to surface for the beleaguered Dash this week. On Wednesday, Manhattan Supreme Court Judge Matthew Cooper signed a warrant for Dash’s arrest for owing ex-wife Rachel Roy more than $340,000 in back child support, camp and school fees and for defaulting on the mortgages for their Manhattan homes.

Dash faces up to six months in jail on each warrant, and even if he’s locked up, he’ll still be liable for the back child support.

Dash, who has four children by three women, was not present for the hearing. On the day of the hearing – the same day a L.A. judge gave ex-wife Rachel Roy full custody of their two daughters — Dash tweeted that he was celebrating the stoner holiday 4/20.

We’ve reached out to him for comment.

“It is unfortunate that Damon Dash has focused on denigrating the mothers’ of his children on social media,” Donnell Suares, who reps both Dash’s son’s mother and Roy, told BOSSIP in a statement. “For nearly a year, these women have been raising their children without the benefit of financial support from Mr. Dash. Mr. Dash should comply with the Courts’ orders and support his children.”

Dash meanwhile has defended himself on social media, accusing his children’s mothers of being money hungry liars who are trying to extort him and keep him from his kids. Dash claims on Instagram that he gave the mother of his 11-year-old son $128,000 towards a house and took him to court for no reason. He says ex-wife Rachel Roy’s company was supposed to pay child support to his son’s mother, but Roy only paid her legal fees and salary instead.

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