Tyrese Gibson to pay $10K monthly for child support
Tyrese Gibson must pay $10,000 in child support to his estranged ex-wife Samantha Lee after their divorce was finalized. Although paying spousal support is off the hook.
Here’s everything you need to know.
Tyrese Gibson will pay $10,000 every month in child support
Tyrese Gibson was ordered to pay $10,690 a month in child support during Tuesday’s hearing. Held before Superior Court Judge Kevin M. Farmer in Fulton County, Georgia.
According to a TMZ article, Gibson is officially single after a judge granted him a divorce from his estranged wife, Samantha Lee Gibson.
Tyrese and Samantha are also parents to a three-year-old daughter, Soraya.
Samantha originally asked for $209,000 in child support when she first filed for divorce in September 2020.
However, the judge reduced it by $46,000, saying that Tyrese has been making car payments for Samantha for two years. Thus, Tyrese now owes her a lump sum of $169,000.
In addition, Tyrese requested joint physical and legal custody of Soraya during the first hearing on Monday.
The 43-year-old actor said he did not want to pay $20,000 a month in child support, saying it was “unreasonably high.” He also asked to have the final say on Soraya’s non-medical emergencies.
Tyrese went on to claim that Samantha is extravagant. The star’s lawyer revealed Samantha’s cosmetic expenses two years ago, which were about $1,740.
They suggested that the alimony money would actually pay for Samantha’s lifestyle.
Tyrese’s lawyer, Tanya Mitchell Graham, said: “She has asked for a large amount of money in child support, but she spends a lot of money on cosmetics. Is she asking for money for the child, or is she asking for money for herself?’
Tyrese Gibson and Samantha Lee Gibson Relationship
Tyrese Gibson first met Samantha Lee in 2015. They secretly tied the knot in 2017 on Valentine’s Day.
However, in December 2020, the couple announced that they were divorcing.
Regardless, the former couple mentioned in a separate article that they will “remain best friends and strong co-parents.”
Meanwhile, the judge said: ‘This is not a punishment for you. Put that money where it belongs, in that child!” when awarding the amount of child support.
He also warned them not to talk to each other in front of their daughter, who they welcomed in October 2018.
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