Found August 31, 2013 on Jocks and Stiletto Jill:
PLAYERS: Allen Iverson
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 sum, to cover payments through October 2026, 13 years – the point when their youngest would reach 18. Tawanna would like $1.272 million placed in a trust. Tawanna would draw the $8,000 per month from there and potentially earn a bit of interest on the funds for the children as well. Doesn’t seem like an unreasonable request when you factor in Iverson’s reported financial issues.
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