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Rapper Allegedly Owes $96K In Back Child Support

Former reality star Yung Berg was slapped with a summons for nearly $100,000 in back child support just moments after striking a plea deal in his assault case involving ex-Masika Tucker.

Just minutes after Berg left Manhattan Criminal Court Oct. 9, where he pled guilty to one count of harassment for attacking Tucker last year, a process server for his son’s mother Brandy Flint handed him a summons for $96,000 in back child support.

Now, Berg must face Flint in family court later this month on the back child support or the judge could order an arrest warrant.

Flint told BOSSIP that Yung Berg – real name Christian Ward – hasn’t paid her child support since 2011, and hasn’t seen their son, now 11, since he was in diapers.

“He last saw his dad when he was a baby,” Flint told BOSSIP. “Christian moved to California and kind of forgot about us.”

Flint said she’d been trying to track down the rapper for sometime, and when she found out he’d be in New York City for a hearing on the assault case, she hired a process server to give him the court paperwork.

Another woman, Beanna McFerren, has also sued the rapper for child support for her son, 12. McFerren told BOSSIP last month that Berg hasn’t been there for the boy, who has special needs, throughout his life.

Flint said she just wants Yung Berg to man up.

“He needs to take responsibility for both children,” she said. “He needs to pay child support. It’s the law. He needs to grow up.”



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