Today in Tha Wire, basketball superstar Blake Griffin and his ex-fiancée, former women's basketball player Brynn Cameron, have settled a year-long legal dispute. At least one of them. The two have been pretty much in and out of court ever since they broke-up in 2017. Brynn and Blake have two children together, a son Ford Wilson, 5, and a daughter Finley Elaine, 2. Cameron also has an 11-year-old son from her previous relationship with former NFL and USC quarterback, Matt Leinart, Cole Cameron Leinart. 

The couple reportedly met in 2009 and have been together off and on for about eight years. After four years of dating, they welcomed their first child, Ford, in 2013. After Cameron gave birth to their daughter, Finley, in 2016, they decided to set a date and get married. A week before their wedding, things went south when Blake asked Brynn to sign a prenup. Cameron refused because she claims it would've stamped-out their oral agreement to share property among other things. The wedding was ultimately postponed, and the two were planning to go to couples therapy. Around the same time, Blake got boo'd up with Kendall Jenner, and the engagement was officially called off in July 2017.

Shortly after their split, Cameron filed a paternity suit against Griffin. Until recently, the couple has been embroiled in a bitter legal dispute over custody, child support, money, and more. Last week, their very public legal war finally came to an end as the former couple reportedly reached an agreement to settle out of court. Details haven't been disclosed, as the info is confidential.

Early reports that Blake was ordered to pay $258K a month in child support are being denied. Radar Online reported LA Superior Court ordered the Pistons forward to cough-up almost $3.1 million a year. However, that information appears to be inaccurate. The Detroit Free Press released a statement by a rep for the former couple, who denied those reports.

"The recent reports of the financial details of the child support agreement between Blake Griffin and Brynn Cameron are inaccurate," the rep clarified. "Both sides have settled amicably and are moving forward with co-parenting their two children. Due to the confidential nature of the agreement, no further details will be released."

TMZ reports they know how much Griffin is actually going to be paying a month to support his kids. A source told them the basketball star will pay Cameron $32K a month. Which, obviously, is nowhere near the previous reported of $258k per month. According to the news site, the annual child support amount will be more like $384K, not $3.1 million a year.

TMZ reports the lawsuit alleges Griffen kicked her and the kids out of their home in
Pacific Palisades after they broke up to be with Kendall. The lawsuit states that Blake was, "...cruelly embarrassing his family with his public fawning over Kendall Jenner." In addition, Cameron is accusing her ex-fiance' of abandoning his family to be with Jenner, allegations Griffin denies, alleging that he left her and their children to date Kendall Jenner — who he has since split with. Griffin has denied those allegations.

It's not clear if that issue was resolved in the recent custody settlement or not. We will keep you posted. In the meantime, tune in for the latest in entertainment news with Tha Wire on The People's Station 107 Jamz.