VH1 Star In Court For Not Paying Child Support
Black Ink’s Ceaser came face to face with his baby mama after she had him arrested last month for not paying their daughter’s child support.
The tattoo artist, star of VH1’s “Black Ink,” was in court Dec. 3 with his daughter’s mother, Crystal Torres, for a meeting about when he was going to pay the more than $13,000 that he still owes her for their kid.
Cops arrested Ceaser last month for owing more than $15,000 in back child support after apparently ignoring the court order that requires him to hand over $365 a week for his daughter.
However it wasn’t clear Tuesday whether Ceaser had actually paid the money back, save for the $2,500 he had to pay in order to post bail last month. We’re told VH1 still hadn’t paid Caesar’s salary yet for filming the show. Caesar asked that a reporter covering the hearing be thrown out.
Ceaser, who was born David Emanuel, arrived at Manhattan Family Court with his fiancé, Dutchess, and his lawyer, but the pair didn’t acknowledge Torres, who sat on the other side of the waiting room.
Ceaser’s lawyer, Andrew Plasse declined to comment after the hearing.