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Jose Reyes’ Mistress Exposes His Teammates’ Affairs After $41k/Month Child Support Request Denied
Someone is extremely salty.
It was reported last week that New York Mets player Jose Reyes was already shelling out more than $11K in child support to his mistress, Christina Sanchez, but she wanted $41K. However, the judge disagreed and denied the request.
“The ex-mistress of Mets star Jose Reyes struck out in a bid for a child support grand slam.
Judge Lisa Williams ruled after an emotional Tuesday hearing that Reyes would continue to pay $11,500 a month to former paramour Christina Sanchez — who was seeking almost quadruple that amount.
“There is no allegation that no support is being paid,” said Natalie Markfeld, an attorney for Sanchez. “It’s way under the amount he’s been paying the child.”
According to the Sanchez camp, the monthly payments to the 31-year-old model became smaller in early 2015 — when Reyes’ wife apparently became aware of the affair and the daughter.”
After being denied, Sanchez decided to open the floodgates and expose her relationship with Reyes as well as other married players on the team who are cheating on their wives.
“Reyes’ ex-girlfriend Christina Sanchez says the struggling third baseman’s on-the-field problems are due to a guilty conscience over the six-year affair he had with her and over their 7-year-old daughter Liyah, whom she says, he abandoned.
According to Sanchez, who’s suing Reyes for a significant increase in child support, she and her daughter were Reyes’ “road family” while he raised a separate family back home during his tenure with the Mets, the Miami Marlins and the Toronto Blue Jays.
“We’d go to restaurants, go to games, go shopping, that was the life I was living,” Sanchez told the Daily News.
Sanchez claims that a lot of Reyes’ teammates had wives at home and girlfriends on the road, but she wouldn’t name names. The up-and-coming singer even says that she met her daughter’s godmother, who remains a friend, when that woman was dating one of Reyes’ teammates.
“I knew once I stopped having sex with Jose he’d stop seeing our daughter,” she lamented. “I knew it! I didn’t want to be his mistress the rest of my life. I couldn’t do that.”
Sanchez believes Reyes’ struggles on the field — where he has just three hits in his 38 at-bats, has struck 11 times and was benched for the start of Thursday night’s game for Bronx product T.J. Rivera — might go away if he steps up to the plate and gets involved in his daughter’s life again.
“I think so,” she said. “When you’re a father you’re going to have something in the back of your mind bugging you. You have to be broken inside to shun your own flesh and blood. If he does the right thing… we all make mistakes, I apologize to his wife, I as a woman want to apologize to another woman for what I did. But he hurt both of us.”
Just take your L and $11K in child support and move on.
Let’s take a look at Ms. Sanchez: