Via The Blast:

According to court documents obtained by The Blast, Martin filed documents as part of his child support case with his ex, Heather Martin. The couple had three children together, two of which are still minors: 16-year-old Cierra and 14-year-old Kamron.

The two sides reached an agreement back in 2007 that called for Kenyon to pay $3,000 a month in child support, which Kenyon wants to revise based on his current income.

The former NBA star claims his projected income for 2019 is $209,782 and says he will earn another $100,000 from his gig as a coach in the Big 3 Basketball league.

The Martins’ support agreement also called for Kenyon to make several other payments that fell under the designation of “additional child support.”

It only makes sense that the child support payments would be adjusted once the athlete’s playing days are over.  The money doesn’t last forever.  It’s crazy that Martin waited so long to try to have his payments reduced.

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