Former heavyweight boxer Evander Holyfield is apparently behind on his child support payments for his 18-year-old daughter. According to the Georgia Department of Human Services, Holyfield has not paid the $19,270 per month support payment since April 2010, and he now owes more than $372,000.
Holyfield’s teenage daughter is one of 12 total children that he has with six different women. In the past, he has fought different child support cases in Georgia, California, and Texas. He has tried to have his payments reduced, claiming that he is no longer earning the large amount of income that he once was as a professional fighter.
The Georgia Department of Human Services has filed paperwork against Holyfield asking that a judge revoke his wages until he has fully paid off the amount he owes in child support. Holyfield’s spokesperson stated that he has a wonderful relationship with his teenage daughter but did not remark on the financial allegations.
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