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Future’s Baby Mama Eliza Reign Fighting $3,200 A Month Child Support Decision, Ready To Grill Rapper

By Ryan Naumann

Future’s baby mama Eliza Reign is gearing up for a child support war with the rapper.

According to The Shade Room, a Florida judge recently recommending Future should pay Eliza only $3,200 a month in child support. The number was reached based on Future claiming he was only making $30,000 a month.

Eliza had been asking for Future to pay around $53,000 a month. She reached that number based on his reported income. Eliza’s lawyer spoke to The Shade Room about the recent court decision.

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Her attorney Brandon Rotbart spoke about the decision saying, “We disagree with it. We had some other evidence that was contradictory.” The court order regarding child support was temporary and can be modified at any time.

Eliza’s lawyer added, “We are very hopeful that once we get all the documentation from him, his banking info, his credit card info, that the final child support number would be substantially higher.”

He said they were planning to depose Future to grill him about his finances in an attempt to increase the child support amount.


As The Blast previously reported, last year, Eliza sued Future for paternity, child support and custody. She accused him of being the father to her 1-year-old daughter Reign. Future dragged his feet for months before finally submitting to a DNA test. The results came back showing Future was indeed the father to baby Reign.

During the battle, Future filed a separate federal lawsuit against Eliza for defamation. He accused her of ruining his name by running around telling lies about him. Eliza fired back denying all allegations of wrongdoing. She argued everything she said was true and she couldn’t be liable for speaking the truth. The rapper recently dismissed the lawsuit and all claims against Eliza.

The child support decision comes weeks after Future split with his longtime girlfriend Lori Harvey.

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