Court Docs Say Black Ink Star Hadn’t Paid Child Support For Nearly A Year
Black Ink boss Caesar was arrested this week for ignoring a child support order that left him $15,000 in arrears, BOSSIP has learned.
Caesar, real name David Emanuel, defied a January court order to pay his child’s mother, Crystal, weekly child support, according to court docs obtained by BOSSIP. The amount steadily crept up, and in September, a judge slapped a warrant and a default judgment on the tattoo artist for $14,016 in back child support.
Ceasar’s fiancé, Dutchess, wrote on social media Wednesday that her man’s arrest was because his baby mama wanted a child support increase. But these court records show not paying his current child support was the real reason the reality star became a wanted man.
The debt is continuing to pile up, and of Nov. 10, the 36-year-old owed $15,151 in back child support.
Cops arrested the entrepreneur at his Harlem shop on Monday, and he quickly posted the $2,500 bail. Both he and his baby mama are due back in New York family court next month.
We’ve reached out to Caesar’s lawyer for comment.
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