Ain’t Isht Daddies: Ex-NFL Player Clint Session Facing Jail Time Over Nearly $400K In Unpaid Child Supoort

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Jacksonville Jaguars' Clint Session (55) takes the field during warmups before an NFL preseason football game against the Buffalo Bills in Orchard Park, N.Y., Saturday, Aug. 27, 2011. (AP Photo/Derek Gee)

SMFH….

Clint Session Ordered To Pay $381,000 In Unpaid Child Support

Remember when we told you about Clint Session, the former Jacksonville Jaguar who owes $319,306.81 in back child support for his severely disabled daughter???

Well after ignoring his debt and buying an $850,000 home and vacationing in the Dominican Republic, he now owes an estimated $381,000 and has 10 days to pay it or face jail time.
BrowardPalmBeach.com reports:

The past three years have been a living nightmare for Davia Bradshaw, age 36, who had a child with Session.

The Pompano Beach mom has been caring for her 3-year-old, Ashton, who suffers from cerebral palsy, is wheelchair-bound, can’t sit up without a back brace, can’t go to the bathroom by herself, and is nearly blind.

Bradshaw has lost her apartment and struggles to pay for Ashton’s treatment, which costs thousands of dollars each month. Meanwhile, Session purchased an $850,000 home in Indianapolis, bought his new girlfriend a Mercedes, took a vacation to the Dominican Republic, and started a juice business.

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Last September, a Broward judge ruled that Session owes nearly $370,000 in back child support and is expected to pay $6,900 a month. It has been more than seven months, and Bradshaw says she hasn’t received near that amount of money.

Session’s payments have not been on time nor for the full amount owed, she says.

According to Bradshaw’s attorney, Sara Lawrence, Session now owes $381,912, and on Monday, after three years of legal tug-of-war, a Broward judge ruled that the athlete has ten days to pay it or he will be in civil contempt of court. If Session doesn’t pay, he could spend as much as six months in jail.

SMH!!!

Here’s to hoping that the mother of his child gets the money she so desperately needs.
AP Photo/Derek Gee

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