The child support battle between Future and his most recent child’s mother Eliza Seraphin has reportedly come to an end – and the outcome is likely not one Seraphin was expecting.
A new report from Baller Alert revealed a judge has temporarily awarded baby Reign’s mother just $3,200 a month in child support – a stark contrast from her initially requested (and expeditiously denied) $53,000 a month. The judge has also reportedly ordered the Miami model to resubmit all of her financial documents, noting her prior ones were insufficient.
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Seraphin previously rejected Future’s initial offer of $1,000 month during a June hearing, with her lawyer calling the offer unreasonable.
“I have discussed your proposed order with my client, and we are NOT in agreement,” her attorney Brandon Rotbart said he wrote to Future’s lawyer Ramona Liberty at the time. “Should you have a reasonable child support amount to offer, I am happy to discuss it with my client.”
The pair welcomed 1-year-old Eliza Wilburn in 2019, though Future spent nearly a year denying paternity until a DNA test proved otherwise in May.