NBA Star To Pay Texas Woman $4,500 A Month In Plan To Raise Baby
NBA baller Kyrie Irving inked a deal with the mother of his baby daughter for child support and custody – but he had to make some major compromises.
With the help of a mediator, Irving and Andrea Wilson hashed out the parenting plan for their little girl, Azurie Elizabeth Irving, who was born last month. Their deal, filed in Tarrant County District Court, will ensure that Irving is a major part of his little girl’s life, but it’s not the arrangement that the baller was gunning for.
Irving originally asked that baby to be raised in Tarrant County, Tx., where Wilson is from. He also took a page from pal Chris Brown’s book, demanding that the case remain in Texas, where it’s thought that judges are less generous on child support than other states like California. Brown kept his case in the Lone Star state and successfully shot down his baby mama Nia Guzman’s request to increase child support to $15,000 a month from $2,000.