Flavor Flav Is Having A Hard Time Paying The Child Support For His 3 Year Son

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Flavor Flav is paying child support for his 3-year-old kid, but he still owes money to Kate Gammell. According to legal records obtained by a news site, the rapper discovered he was Jordan’s father via a DNA test. Flav and Gammell were arguing about child support in 2021, and the former eventually agreed to pay $3,000 each month. He has kept up with the payments.

When he started paying, Jordan was two years old, and Gammell had various bills, including medical, that she wanted Flav to cover. Flav must pay the charges for two years, totaling $78,704, according to the child support agreement. Flav was scheduled to make the above-mentioned payment last month, but he has yet to do so beyond the deadline. Meanwhile, the artist plans to pay the sum and is collaborating with an accountant to complete the transaction. He indicated that he had previously paid $40,000 in child support and is now paying $3,000 in monthly child support, as well as $100,000 in attorney’s expenses.

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Flavor Flav’s net worth

Real name William Jonathan Drayton Jr., he rose to prominence as a co-founder of the hip hop duo Public Enemy, with Chuck D. He has been nominated for six Grammy Awards and is a member of the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. The 63-year-net old’s worth is estimated to be approximately $2 million, according to CelebrityNetWorth. He has amassed a substantial fortune as a rapper and reality TV personality. Flavor Flav paid $685,000 for a 3,708-square-foot home in Las Vegas in 2008. There are four bedrooms and three bathrooms in the residence.

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Angie Parker called Flav to court in 2012 because he owed her $111,186 in child support. He was sentenced to six months in jail, and in June 2012, the singer paid Angie $25,000 and agreed to make monthly installments of $1,200. Flav released his debut solo album, Flavor Flav, in 2006, during the second season of the reality TV dating program Flavor of Love. He also rose to prominence with the publication of numerous albums by Public Enemy, which he co-founded in 1985.

Flav appeared in VH1’s reality program The Surreal Life and as Calvester Hill on MyNetworkTV’s comedy series Under One Roof. In 2011, he also worked with Nick Cimino to launch Flav’s Fried Chicken in the latter’s hometown of Clinton, Iowa. However, the company was closed down after four months.