Roddy Ricch Owes Baby Momma $24K

According to court documents received this Monday, Roddy Ricch and his ex-girlfriend, Alexandra Kiser, have agreed to a “temporary” settlement amount owed to Kiser while they continue to work through their problems.

This agreement comes after Kiser’s latest claims that Ricch, legal name Rodrick Moore, is addicted to lean and affiliated with gangs. Last Thursday Kiser filed court documents stating that Ricch is a gang member, has previous arrests from gun charges and domestic violence, and “regularly indulges in promethazine use, all of which are concerns for myself and our son.” She also states that he has financially cut her off and is forcing her to leave a home that he provided.

Her initial plea to the courts was to establish a $20,000 monthly child support payment from the entertainer. Kiser explained the fairness of this price in comparison to Ricch’s net worth of “approximately $25,000,000.” Kiser told the courts that Ricch is an absent father, saying “I along, spend 98% of the time with him while Rodrick lives his life without any regard to his parental obligation or responsibility to spend time with Kadence.” Despite Ricch moving into the same gated community in which Kiser and her son live 4 months ago, Ricch has “only spent three full days with Kadence thus far.”

Ricch did not tell Kiser that he was moving into the same community and “tried to keep it a secret.” Once she expressed her concerns about him moving so close and not telling her, Ricch began telling her she needs to move out of her home.

The temporary settlement reached on Monday covers $8,000 monthly child support payments for April, May, and June of this year. Kiser and Ricch will continue to work on a lasting agreement between themselves, without the use of a judge or mediator. With the temporary settlement reached, their next court date has been postponed from May 23rd to mid-August. Ricch and Kiser must attend a “voluntary settlement conference” with both of their attorneys to put their agreement in writing without having to go before a judge.

After originally asking for $20,000 per month in child support payments, it seems like Kiser may not be quite satisfied with the $24K payment for three months. Only time will tell if the two will be able to continue to work it out without the help of a judge.

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