Proctor said he is the kids’ father, but doesn’t have a problem with him getting a DNA test, as long as he pays for it.
She said she hasn’t worked in the six years that she was in a relationship with Newton, and asked the court to determine a child support amount outside of the regular guidelines because Newton has a guaranteed salary of $60 million out of a nearly $104 million contract. She said Newton also has an endorsement deal with Under Armor and owns multiple businesses.
“She has absolutely no source of income,” Proctor’s court papers state, adding that Newton has been her and the children’s sole financial supporter.
Proctor said she’s willing to negotiate a financial deal with Newton, but if they can’t see eye to eye, she asked the judge to force Newton to hand over $15,000 so she can hire a financial analyst to examine his total income and recommend an appropriate support figure. She’s also asked the judge to enforce a confidential settlement agreement they made before their youngest child Cashmere Saint was born last September.
Proctor revealed in court papers that she and her longtime lover have been separated for months, and she said she moved out of Newton’s home and planned to return to her native Maryland with the kids. She said that since Newton plans to stay in his native Georgia, a joint custody plan would be unworkable.
La Reina Shaw is not mentioned in the court papers. We’ve reached out to lawyers for both Proctor and Newton for comment.
Newton’s lawyer tells BOSSIP;
“We and Mr. Newton prefer not to comment on the case and continue to hope the parties will be able to resolve matters privately.”