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Antonio Cromartie Pays Child Support After Arrest Warrant Issued One Day After Signing With Colts
Have you ever heard the saying ‘The streets is watching’, well in new Antonio Cromartie’s case, ‘The Courts were watching’.
Just one day after signing a one-year deal to play for the Indianapolis Colts this upcoming season, an arrest warrant was issued for his arrest for not paying child support.
Not wanting to go to jail after finally signing with a team, Cromartie quickly paid the back child support and the judge withdrew the warrant.
“Antonio Cromartie took his $3 million deal from the Colts and immediately used it to settle a child support dispute with a baby mama … and avoided a possible arrest in the process.
Cromartie was delinquent on child support payments to Rosemita Pierre – the mother of Alonzo, his oldest child … aka #1 of 13. According to docs, AC was ordered to pay her $4,000 per month, starting in January 2016 but failed to do so.
He was due in a Florida court last week to either pay up or explain why he couldn’t — but Cro was a no-show. Then the cavalry arrived in the form of the Colts one-year contract … which he signed Monday.
We’re told Cromartie made a payment Tuesday afternoon. It’s unclear how much he forked over, but it was enough for the judge to withdraw a warrant that had been issued earlier in the day.”