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Houston Rocket’s Player’s Baby Mama Asks Court For Child Support Based Off Howard’s $27 Mill Salary

The NBA’s Dwight Howard has hit back at his baby mama’s lawsuit over whether he should pay child support based off of his $27 million annual salary.

Howard’s baby mama Tiffany Render sued him earlier this year in Orange County, Fl., family court, asking a judge to determine the child support for their daughter based on his $27 mill salary — and the NBA star is demanding the judge throw out her case and enforce their previously agreed upon deal for him to pay $10,000 a month in support.

Render claimed in her suit that she reached a confidential settlement with the Houston Rockets player in 2013, where he agreed to pay $10,000 a month in child support for their 4-year-old daughter. However, she said since January, Howard has only been paying her half of what is owed.

The baby mama said that since Howard can’t follow their deal and pay up the ten grand a month, she decided to file the lawsuit and allow the judge to determine the amount of support based on his $27 million dollar a year NBA contract. She claimed she needed the extra dough for expensive private schooling, extracurricular activities and various other expenses.

Howard didn’t take kindly to being hit with the lawsuit by Render, and recently decided to slap her with his own counter-suit. He blasted her complaint and demanded that the child support and custody agreement they worked out in 2013 be enforced and no changes be made to the deal.

Render headed back to court firing back at his counter-suit and also demanding the NBA star be ordered to hand over answers to questions pertaining to himself and his career.

The nasty battle between Howard and his baby mama is only getting started and the judge has yet to rule in the case.

Howard’s attorney Mayanne Downs declined to comment. We’ve reached out to Render’s lawyer.



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