Married Former NBA Athlete And Florida Woman In Battle Over Child Support For Baby Girl
Amar’e Stoudemire has asked his alleged baby mama to lay off asking for so much of his personal finance info, saying the data has nothing to do with their child support lawsuit.
Stoudemire’s alleged one time mistress turned baby mama Quynn Lovett filed court papers to force the NBA champ to hand over info like income information going more than three years back, all of his insurance papers, his passport and all of his financial statements.
A Florida family court judge agreed and said Stoudemire had 10 days to deliver the financial information, according to court documents.
But Stoudemire fired back and said that the money paperwork he already provided was enough and he didn’t have any other major income coming in because he’s not playing ball anymore. He said in court papers that he has provided evidence of his ability to support the baby girl with his current income and shouldn’t have to pony up any more info.
The married father of four said he was also currently unemployed after his contract with Israel’s pro-basketball team, “Hapoel Jerusalem” had ended, according to court papers.
Lovett sued Stoudemire earlier this year for child support and custody of her baby daughter Zoe Renee, whom the mom of two said he fathered in 2016. Stoudemire admitted that he could possibly be Zoe’s dad, and has begun paying the woman $4,333 a month in temporary support.
Lovett also asked for a one-time payment of $11,687 from Stoudemire – possibly to pay for her medical expenses from the birth – but it was unclear whether the court ordered Stoudemire to pay, court papers state. We’ve also exclusively revealed that Lovett’s older son’s father is also former pro baller Chris Duhon.
The pair must have worked out their differences, because a mediator reported Aug. 24 that the pair’s reps met and their “conflict has been completely resolved,” according to court papers obtained by BOSSIP.
We reached out to lawyers for both Lovett and Stoudemire for comment.