Kyrie Irving And Baby Mama Andrea Wilson In Court Over Child Support
He’s just weathered the news that his ex-girlfriend Kehlani attempted suicide after her new lover PartyNextDoor outed their relationship on social media.
And now, NBA baller Kyrie Irving is dealing with a new crisis over the women in his life – this time with his baby daughter’s mother, Texas beauty queen turned hedge fund employee Andrea Wilson, BOSSIP can reveal.
Andrea filed court papers asking a judge to enforce a new paternity agreement between the pair, which would give her sole control over how baby Azurie’s $4,500 a month in child support is spent. Andrea’s new proposed paternity agreement would also require the NBA to take the $4,500 a month child support directly out of his salary, according court docs filed in Tarrant County, Tx. District Court. It also puts it in writing that Kyrie is solely responsible for the child support.
But Kyrie fired back in his own filing this week, asking the judge to let him make decisions along with Andrea on how his daughter’s $4,500 a month child support payments are spent, and he wants to have until the 15th of the month to pay.
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