Instagram model Jordy Craig took Cleveland Cavaliers big man Tristan Thompson to court and said the $15,000 per month that the pro athlete was paying her was way below the California child support guidelines.
Now we’re finding out just how much he has to fork over.
Via Radar Online:
According to May 2019 documents obtained only by Radar, a judge ordered Thompson pay Craig $200,000 in retroactive child support that was to be paid within 10 business days of the completion of the final judgement.
The Cleveland Cavaliers baller also must pay Craig $40,000 in monthly child support on the first day of each month, which must continue until Prince reaches the age of 18, or until he graduates from high school or becomes self-supporting, emancipated, or ordered by the court.
Luckily for Tristan, he’s grossly overpaid.
Thompson signed a 5 year / $82,000,000 contract with the Cleveland Cavaliers, including $82,000,000 guaranteed, and an annual average salary of $16,400,000. In 2019-20, Thompson will earn a base salary of $18,539,130, while carrying a cap hit of $18,539,130 and a dead cap value of $18,539,130.
40G’s a month, a drop in the bucket.
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