By: Amanda Anderson-Niles
The Chris Bosh baby mama drama continues. As we recently reported, Miami Heat star Bosh has been heavily involved in a nasty child support battle with his ex girlfriend Allison Mathis. Allison has been fighting hard in the court to get an increase in her $2600 a month child support payments, and Chris Bosh caught a break and was able to get the judge to agree the monthly payment would remain the same and was deemed enough for Allison to take care of their daughter. Of course Allison’s lawyer has requested an appeal on the court’s decision, especially since Bosh won only because he was able to prove his Texas residency, a claim he may have weakened since he just claimed several days ago that Miami will always be his home.
It now appears Bosh plans to fight back against an increase in child support by challenging the custody arrangements. According to TMZ, he has now filed paperwork to request primary custody of their 4-year-old daughter. The website reports:
Bosh has filed legal docs asking a judge to strip his ex, Allison Mathis, of primary physical custody of Trinity.
Bosh claims Mathis has been trying to alienate the kid from him … blocking contact, refusing to let them travel together, and poisoning their daughter against him.
Bosh wants primary physical custody, but says he’s more than willing to give Mathis her fair share of mother-daughter time in the form of visitation.
Mathis has fired back in her own legal docs, saying his complaints are BS.