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After taking ex-NBA superstar Allen Iverson to court multiple times, Iverson's ex-wife Tawanna has had enough, as she's asking a judge to force Iverson to pay $1.2 million in back child support, RIGHT NOW.After the couple's divorce, Iverson was force to pay $8000 per month in child support for their five kids. However, Iverson hasn't paid anything child support, as Tawanna has gone to court numerous occasions because Iverson won't pay.In July, Iverson faced going to jail if he was unable to pay a court ordered $40,000 in back support - which he did. Although he paid the $40,000, Tawanna says she doesn't want to have to keep going back to court asking a judge to order Iverson to pay child support, so she's come up with a solution, she wants a judge to make A.I. to pay up in a huge way.On August 1st, Tawanna filed documents asking for a judge to make Iverson pay up all his child support payments through 2026 [when his youngest will turn 18].When calculated, Iverson will [if ordered] have to pay $1,272,000 to his children, which will be trust for their children.
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Allen Iverson’s ex-wife Tawanna wants to make sure that no matter what financial ups and downs the former NBA superstar endures, his children will always be provided for. Tawanna has taken AI to court a few times in order to make him pay the $8,000 in child support Iverson owes monthly for their five kids. Now she’s asking a judge to make AI pay his child support in one lump...
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Allen Iverson‘s time on the court may be over, but his time in court is not quite complete.
In June, Iverson was threatened with jail time after failing to pay his $8,000/month child support payments for he and his ex-wife, Tawanna‘s five children.
Iverson eventually handed over the $40,000 in back support that he owed, but his ex-wife doesn’t want to see history repeat itself...
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Allen Iverson announced his retirement a few weeks ago and everyone hoped the drama would be at a minimum going forward. But, Iverson Ex-Wife’s Tawanna doesn’t trust A.I. to pay his child support on time, so she has asked the court to make him pay her a lump sum of $1.27 million.
It came to a head in July when a judge threatened Iverson with jail, unless he forked over $40,000...
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Allen Iverson’s ex-wife Tawanna is taking the former NBA MVP back to court because she wants a better arrangement to ensure she is paid the amount of child support she is owed. The Iversons have been in court sorting out their divorce/custody battle this year, and it’s been a mess. In February, the judge presiding […]
After taking ex-NBA superstar Allen Iverson to court multiple times, Iverson's ex-wife Tawanna has had enough, as she's asking a judge to force Iverson to pay $1.2 million in back child support, RIGHT NOW.After the couple's divorce, Iverson was force to pay $8000 per month in child support for their five kids. However, Iverson hasn't paid anything child support, as...
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