Blake Griffin Ordered to Pay $285K in Child Support a Month

Blake Griffin Ordered to Pay $285K in Child Support a Month

By Kathy Hutchins

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Blake Griffin, forward for the Pistons, has been ordered by the L.A. Superior Court to pay around $285,000 a month in child support. In total, thats around $3 million a year.

To us normal people, that $285K a month may seem like a lot but to Griffin, that $3 million a year is only about 9% of his annual income which comes to about $35 million after investments and endorsements. Him and his ex-fiance Brynn Cameron came to a mutual agreement in July on school expenses, and Blake would be responsible for extracurricular activities. They have joint custody of their 2 children together.

Griffin and Cameron were together for 8 years. The two planned to get married in 2017, but the wedding was called off last minute right before Griffin was photographer with and rumored to be dating Kardashian sister, Kendal Jenner. Cameron accused Griffin of leaving her homeless.

Written by Clarke Jones

Source: TMZ