Future Sued Over Another Child Support Claim [Update: Future Takes Full Responsibility, But The Mother Wants More]

Future Sued Over Another Child Support Claim [Update: Future Takes Full Responsibility, But The Mother Wants More]

After settling a child support lawsuit only a few weeks ago, another woman has pegged Future as the father of her child and is demanding payments.

A few weeks ago, Future was hit with a lawsuit for unpaid child support by a woman who claimed he was the father of her child born in 2001. After a DNA test that proved Future was in fact the father of the child, he settled the lawsuit and agreed to make monthly support payments. Once all that was settled, it seemed like the ATL rapper could continue with working on his upcoming album Future Hendrix, and hanging out with new girlfriend Ciara, but now he has a very similar lawsuit on his hands once again.

A woman filed a lawsuit in Georgia earlier this month, claiming she gave birth to Future's child on December 4th. She is demanding child support payments, and has requested that if Future disputes the claims, that he take another DNA test.

Future has yet to respond to the claims, but it looks like he could be paying two baby mamas at the same damn time.

[Via]

[Future Claims Full Responsibility, But The Mother Wants More]

The woman mentioned above is Brittni Mealy, and a month after filing the lawsuit against Future, she dismissed it without any explanation. But on June 8th, the ATLien emcee filed official documents admitting that he impregnated her. Not only did he ask the court to legally recognize him as the father, he also requested joint custody and inquired about child support payments. 

Mealy has since responded with documents of her own, claiming he left them without support for months, and that his efforts simply aren't enough. She's requesting back payments for the months of June and July, as well as future support, of course.  

On top of this, Future is still in an ongoing battle with his other baby mother, Jessica Smith, who is looking to collect more for their 10-year-old son. 

[VIA]

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