Amar’e Stoudemire Has Agreed on A Settlement With His Side-Chick on More Child Support Since She Refuses To Work
Former New York Knicks star Amar’e Stoudemire has reportedly come to terms with his side-chick. The two of them had been arguing about the amount he should pay for child support after she stated $4,000 a month wasn’t enough—because she had an NBA baby now and she did not want to seek work for the remainder of her life.
Quynn Lovett sued the now-retired NBA player. She also wanted him to hand over documents like income information going back more than three years, all of his insurance papers, his passport, and all of his financial statements to make sure she got enough to satisfy her.
Apparently, she is not satisfied, as they finally came to an agreement.
“Amar’e Stoudemire has inked a settlement with the woman who claims she gave birth to their daughter in 2016, BOSSIP has learned.
Stoudemire and Quynn Lovett were able to reach an agreement on how the NBA great would financially support the tot, named Zoe Renee, according to both court papers and a source close to the situation.
The center, who played in the NBA for 14 years, along with stay-at-home mom Lovett, 36, agreed to the deal following a round of mediation Aug. 21. The terms of the settlement were confidential, and we’re told that neither side would be talking about it. However, the agreed to deal does provide well for the baby girl, and Lovett herself is said to also be satisfied with it, the source said.”
Former NBA player Chris Duhon has already been through a similar situation with the same woman.