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Rapper Future's Alleged Baby Mama Eliza Reign Demands Child Support ASAP

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By Ryan Naumann

Rapper Future’s alleged baby mama Eliza Reign is pleading for help in their nasty court battle.

According to court documents obtained by The Blast, Eliza filed a motion in her ongoing paternity lawsuit against Future. She is asking for temporary child support until the outcome of the case.

Eliza is also requesting Future be ordered to pay her attorney fees, to be able to continue to fight her case. The judge has yet to rule.

The paternity lawsuit accuses Future of being the father to her daughter Reign. Eliza recently sat down with Rahi Ali for her first interview. She claimed to know Future for years before becoming pregnant. She claimed he promised to financially support the child.

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Future has asked the court to force Eliza to undergo a mental examination, saying he feared she was unstable.

The request for child support comes days after Future filed a federal lawsuit against Eliza. The lawsuit seeks damages for defamation, libel, and intentional infliction of emotional distress.

In his lawsuit, Future accuses Eliza of running around trashing his good name. He admits to having a sexual relationship with her from 2016 until 2018. The rapper says Eliza started harassing him with daily phone calls after becoming pregnant. He had to change his number to avoid the “harassment.”

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Future says Eliza has been on a public campaign to disparage his reputation. He claims he disclosed private facts about him that she learned during “private consensual sexual activity.”

He is suing for an injunction prohibiting her from talking about him publicly and unspecified damages.

Eliza appears to be unbothered by the lawsuit and continues to troll Future on social media. She recently joined forces with Future’s other alleged baby mama, Cindy Parker. They had their kids submit to a DNA test that allegedly showed they had a 99.9% probability of being half-siblings.

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