Judge Rules in Chris Bosh’s Favor, Won’t Have to Pay $27,000 More in Child Support [Details]

Rucuss staffDecember 5, 2012

Miami Heat star Chris Bosh won’t have to pay the mother of his oldest child an increase in child support.

Although Bosh spends the bulk of his time in Miami as a member of the Heat basketball team, the Dallas native claims official residencey in Texas. And a Orlando judge believed him, Gossip Extra Reports. If the judge deemed Bosh was a resident in Florida than his child support payments would have increased from $2,600 a month to $30,000.

“Everybody knows that Texas is rough on horses and women,” Mathis lawyer Jane Carey said. “Now, I guess that any young man in Florida who makes big money should get a Texas address before they have a baby. They’ll save a lot of money that way.”

The ruling ends a three-year battle between Bosh and ex-girlfriend, Allison Mathis, over their three-year-old daughter Trinity. Its been a strained relationship between the two. Mathis waged a negative media campaign against Bosh during her bid to increase her child support.

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Mathis claimed she was out of work and had to apply for food stamps. She said Bosh hardly ever helped out with their daughter. Bosh threatened to sue her over the allegations.

Bosh was not in court when the judge read the ruling. The Heat were in Washington D.C. for their game against the Washington Wizards. Bosh is married Adrienne Bosh last year. The couple welcomed their baby, Jackson in May.

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