Mother of Gucci Mane’s Son Requests $20,000 a Month in Child Support
The mother of Gucci Mane's son has filed for a lofty increase in her child support payments, according to an Aug. 27 report by The Blast. Sheena Evans, with whom Gucci shares a son named Keitheon, reportedly claims Gucci's increase in income since his release from jail in 2016 should allow him enough money to contribute at least $20,000 per month to help raise their child, who was born in 2007.
The two settled on a cordial agreement back in 2011 that Gucci, born Radric Davis, would pay her a little over $2,000 in child support monthly, in accordance with his monthly income of about $25,000. Evans was granted primary custody of their child, and Gucci was allowed regular visits.
Since his release from jail two years ago, however, Evans allegedly argues that Gucci makes significantly more monthly, and should contribute more towards raising their child. In addition, court documents viewed by the celebrity news site reportedly claim that their son Keitheon, who would be about 11 or 12 now, needs a caregiver throughout the day. Evans reportedly can't afford a caregiver, rendering her incapable of working or going to school at the moment. The documents also reportedly point to Gucci Mane's lavish $1.7 million wedding to longtime girlfriend Keyshia Ka'oir as proof that he has the financial means to provide for Evans and Keitheon.
Evans is also asking for $15,000 in attorney fees and requests that Gucci take out a $5,000,000 life insurance policy. It's unclear whether the policy is for their child or not.
Gucci Mane, who most recently has collaborated on songs with Lil Pump and T-Pain, doesn't appear to have responded to the request yet, and a judge reportedly hasn't yet ruled on the case.
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