NBA star Blake Griffin just lost a chunk of his NBA salary to his ex-fiancee, actress Brynn Cameron, 32. The Detroit Pistons forward has been ordered to pay Cameron a whopping $258,000 a month in child support for his two kids.
The judge ordered Griffin to pay Cameron $258,000 a month in financial support for their two children, Ford, 5, and Finn, 2.
Cameron took Griffin to court after he kicked her and the kids out of his mansion last year when he broke off their engagement after he started dating
industry mattress, Kendall Jenner.
His relationship with Jenner ended quickly, and now Cameron is taking Griffin to the cleaners.
$258,000 a month works out to just over $3 million annually! Griffin argued in court that he pays for a 5-bedroom house for Cameron and the kids in Southern California. But the judge didn’t buy the argument.
Griffin can afford to dish out $3 million a year; he earns $35 million annually — and that doesn’t include endorsements.
Cameron, who played on the women’s basketball team at USC, also has a son by former USC Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback Matt Leinart, who now works as a studio analyst for Fox Sports.