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Lil Tay’s Mom Win $275K Custody Battle Against Dad



Lil Tay's Mother Win $275K Custody Battle Against Dad

Lil Tay’s Mother Win $275K Custody Battle Against Dad

Lil Tay’s not just living — the 14-year-old influencer is living large and in charge, thanks to the cool $275,000 she and her mom Angela Tian were allegedly awarded in their years-long custody dispute against her father, Chris Hope.

“We have prevailed, justice has prevailed, and God has prevailed!” rejoiced Tian, 45, in a statement provided to The Post Friday via Tay’s purported representatives.

“We have won our case in court and my children and I can finally move on from this nightmare,” the mother of two continued. “My daughter can pursue and achieve her dreams on her own terms, and we are finally a happy family again, together.”When asked for official court documents denoting the win, attorneys for Tian and Tay, from Vancouver, Canada, told The Post, “We cannot provide court documents given the minor involved.”

The legal team added, however, “We are pleased to get this result for our client.” Chris Hope did not immediately respond to The Post’s request for comment.

Victory for Tay and Tian comes just days after the teen tastemaker — best known for making cheeky content centered around money — was falsely pronounced dead by alleged hackers who commandeered her verified Instagram account, which boasts more than 3.9 million followers, on Aug. 9.

In addition to the lump sum to be reportedly forked over by Hope, who’s been accused of failing to pay child support since 2014, Tay and Tian were said to have been granted ongoing monthly child support and additional expenses, as well as sole day-to-day and final decision-making powers and responsibilities in the best interests of Tay.

Tian was also named “the person entitled to sign contracts” and given the entitlement to move her daughter outside of Vancouver, making their new address Tay’s primary residence.

“It has been years of blood, sweat and tears — this experience has put us in a constant state of severe depression, for myself and for both of my children,” said Tian. “Tay has had to talk to counselors for 2 hours weekly,” she added. “We have dreaded every waking moment with no hope in sight for years.”

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