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Kyrie Irving’s Baby Mama Wants to Change Child Support

Andrea Wilson, the mother of one of Kyrie Irving’s children, wants to change the terms of their financial agreement. She’s asking to be solely responsible for throw the child support money is spent without any input from Kyrie.

She signed an agreement last year saying that Kyrie would pay $4,500 a month plus ay expenses related to their child. He doesn’t want to cover her bills that are unrelated to the baby. So she’s filed papers asking a judge to give her sole control over how the money is spent. She’s also asking that the money be pulled directly from Kyrie’s Cavalier’s paycheck.

“The mediated settlement agreement offends Kyrie Irving’s constitutional right to a relationship with his child, and should be set aside,” Kyrie’s lawyer said in the court papers. Source and Image

I don’t understand why she needs to control the money.  Does she not want to work? I’m confused.

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