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Tyrese Held Ordered To Pay $636K For Child Support & Ex’s Lawyer



Tyrese Held In Contempt, Must Pay $636K For Child Support And Ex’s Lawyer

Tyrese Held In Contempt, Must Pay $636K For Child Support And Ex’s Lawyer

Tyrese has been ordered to pay close to $250,000 in child support back pay to his ex-wife, Samantha Lee. Tyrese was also ordered to pay almost $400,000 to her attorneys.

Months back, Tyrese refused to pay $10,000 per month to his ex, as he believed the amount was “excessive.”

Tyrese is claiming the judge was racist towards him, so he was ordered to pay such a high amount. “Now listen, we ain’t together no more, we have our share of issues. But I have never referred to the mother of my child as a bitch,” Tyrese said while calling out the Judge.


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He continued, “To hear this man — this white man — on the bench, wearing a black robe, who is supposed to represent the law, to refer to my ex-wife and the mother of my child as a bitch… why is he still on the stand?”

“We tried to get him recused, we tried to get him thrown off the bench because of his conduct and his unprofessionalism. And then there were a bunch of things pertaining to the outcome of my case that he did that was literally illegal.”

According to TMZ, Tanya Mitchell – Tyrese’s attorney said that they plan to appeal the ruling and file a motion for a brand new trial. The actor does not have to pay Samantha anything until May 15, 2023, and she believes that it could be further pushed back after they file the appeal.

Tyrese and Samantha first tied the knot in 2017, but announced their split in a joint statement released in December 2020. The former couple share a 3 year old daughter Shayla and Tyrese is also the father to 15-year-old daughter Shayla, from a previous marriage.

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