Travis Henry denied reductions in child support payments

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A Georgia judge has ruled against a temporary cut in the amount of child support former NFL bad boy Travis Henry pays to a woman who birthed one of his nine kids.

Henry’s nine children all have different mothers. His attorney had argued he couldn’t afford the payments because he was no longer earning a paycheck and is in danger of going to prison on federal drug charges.

The monthly amount in question is $3,000 and the lawyer for the child’s mother repeatedly inquired about Henry’s spending habits.

Wellon spent two hours grilling Henry on his spending habits. The lawyer repeatedly questioned Henry about why he made multiple cash withdrawals of up to $70,000 after he lost his job with the Broncos. Henry refused to answer. All those big withdrawals have to do with my [criminal] case, Henry said.

Ex-NFL player gets no break on child support (AJC)

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