A judge in Florida has ordered Detroit Tigers slugger Miguel Cabrera to pay his ex-mistress $20,000 a month, pay off her house and pay for yearly vacations, including passes to several resorts, after a paternal case where it was found he fathered two children with her.
According to the order, Cabrera will have to also pay off the mortgage for her house by July 1, 2019, and owes $89,581 which will be paid by May 1, 2019.
Via the Detroit Free Press:
According to Florida court documents obtained by the Free Press, the Detroit slugger must pay for health care, private tuition, day care, extra-curricular activities, vacations and $5-million life insurance policies for the two children.This is on top of the $20,000 a month he will pay their mother, Belkis Rodriguez, who lives in a gated community in Orlando with the children. Cabrera must also pay for the woman’s attorney fees.Cabrera’s lawyer was not readily available for comment. Rodriguez’s lawyer, Terry Young, declined comment.The judge’s order follows a trial that was held in Orange County Circuit Court, where Rodriguez sued the millionaire baseball player in 2017 for $100,000 a month in child support in an explosive lawsuit that outed their affair.
In the order, Cabrera will also have to pay for health, dental, vision and prescription drug coverage for the children, pay for all educational and extracurricular activities, day care and more.
On top of that, he will pay for vacations and birthday parties equal to the amount his children from his marriage get, and provide yearly passes to Walt Disney, Sea World, Universal and Orlando Science Center.
The judge also ruled that he will pay the attorney fees, but won’t have to pay college tuition. He will also have to carry a $5 million life insurance policy until the youngest child ages out, the juge ruled.
Check out the ruling below.
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