Chris Bosh Child Custody Battle Update

Photo Credit: Instagram
Photo Credit: Instagram

By: Amanda Anderson-Niles

Miami Heat star Chris Bosh and his baby mama Allison Mathis have been battling it out in a nasty child custody battle that began when Allison started to demand for an increase in child support (she getting around $2600 a month in child support).

Chris clapped back by filing for primary custody but it appears the former couple has opted to settle matters in mediation versus heading to court.

The Jasmine Brand reports:

According to official records, Mathis and Bosh were both ordered to attend a final mediation session on September 2nd before the trial began. The court sent them in hopes they could settle their issues without having to have the case heard before a Florida judge.

Then on September 8th, Bosh filed a mediated settlement and parenting plan that he and his baby mama worked out during the mediation session. Then the court cancelled the scheduled hearings in the matter.

The terms of the settlement agreement, which include the custody and child support, were not made public and will remain confidential.



While the details are sealed for now, it appears Chris and Allison will continue to have joint custody of Trinity Bosh.


  1. Well I’m happy to hear to this. I will never understand how Bosh tried to short change his baby mama in child support but his wife stay flossing every chance she gets and has a professional photographer following her but complaining about child support increase smh.

  2. Oh damn I’m shocked. I just knew Chris’ dinosaur a-s would fight her tooth and nail about that child support increase and take that baby away. I’m glad to read this.

  3. Nice to see two adults finally acting like grown ups and not throwing childish tantrums over money. Where Dwayne Wade’s sorry a-s at?

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