The pregnant mother of Rick Ross’ two children has accused the rapper of leaving her high and dry with two kids and one on the way.
Briana Camille said her rapper ex-partner hasn’t supported their two children in months, nor has he helped her with the costs of the pregnancy, her lawyer Randall Kessler, told BOSSIP.
She said Ross hasn’t attempted to see the two children, Berkeley, three, and Billion, two, in two months and accused the Maybach Music CEO of purposely avoiding her attempts to serve him with her paternity and child support lawsuit, even though he’s aware of it.
Briana “has done all she can to keep this civil, and has avoided commenting to the press,” Kessler told us. “But after Mr. Roberts (“Rick Ross”) through his lawyer, made untrue statements to the media and the failure of the father of her children to provide any support for the past few months has left her with no choice but to seek help from the court and to offer this reply to what his lawyer told the press.”
Briana’s lawyer’s comments are in sharp contrast to Ross’ lawyer, Leron Rogers’ contention that the “Money In The Grave” rapper has been paying child support. He said that after the split, Ross reached out to Briana through his lawyers to take a DNA test.
She initially agreed to take a DNA test, but then backed out on the day the test was scheduled and lawyered up, according to Ross’ court papers. She later filed a motion for a DNA test, however, Rogers said the pair were able to work things out. Ross has already taken a DNA test as part of the case, and Briana was set to take one sometime this week.
We exclusively revealed that Briana sued Ross earlier this year to establish paternity and child support through the court. The pregnant mom and social media star said although they were never married, she was living with Ross and their two kids until they abruptly split at the end of last year. She said Ross signed the older two kids’ birth certificates.
She wants temporary and permanent child support, her lawyer’s fees paid, and for Ross to appear in front of a judge to argue why she’s not entitled to the financial relief.
Ross then asked that the case be dismissed because he said Briana had failed to properly serve him with her lawsuit.
The pair were supposed to head to court last week, but the judge on the case recused himself because he was the former district attorney who prosecuted Ross in a previous criminal case, Kessler said.
A judge has yet to rule on the case.