NewsIman Shumpert Wants Monthly Child Support Lowered

Iman Shumpert Wants Monthly Child Support Lowered

Iman Shumpert wants monthly child support lowered since Teyana Taylor reportedly makes more money than him.

Iman Shumpert is seeking to have his monthly child support payments reduced since his ex-wife reportedly makes more money than him.

The former Cleveland Cavaliers player also wants to split healthcare costs for their two young children while agreeing to cover the “major” medical expenses. Shumpert and Taylor share their two daughters Junie, 8, and Rue, 3.

In January, Taylor accused Shumpert of cutting off utilities in the home she shares with their children. It came weeks after Shumpert requested for her claims of cruel treatment toward their children to be dismissed.

When initially addressing their split on Instagram in September, Taylor claimed cheating wasn’t the cause and the two remained good friends.

In November, Taylor asked for privacy as any details about the divorce being made public were not coming directly from her and were instead being leaked by another party and private court documents.

“It is very heartbreaking that someone would take out the time to make such a private matter public for the world to see,” she wrote on her Instagram Story at the time. “However, protecting my family is one thing I’ve ALWAYS done & for my children I will continue to do so.”

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Source: Black Enterprise

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