An Orlando judge is having a hard time believing Chris Bosh when he says that he’s a resident of Texas and not Miami. The custody/child support case between Bosh and his daughter Trinity’s mother, Allison Mathis was in court this week. Orange County Judge Robert Evans will determine If Bosh is a resident of Florida. If that happens, Chris Bosh’s child support payments will skyrocket!
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“What do you mean you never had a Florida drivers license?” the judge asked. “Are you aware that the state of Florida requires anyone living in the state for more than 30 days to have a Florida drivers license?”
What’s at stake is child support going from $2600 in child support. A decent amount for the average person, probably equals a handbag or a pair of shoes for Chris. And $30,000 a month to Allison Mathis as a Florida resident.
And in random but related news. Another dad battling for his child won custody today, Usher Raymond. Chris’s wife Adrienne weighed in on the topic.