Feeling The Heat: Chris Bosh Baby Mama Files For Bankruptcy, Claims Miami Star Worth $109M… But He Only Pays $3K In Child Support

Chris Bosh baby mama Allison Mathis bankrupt

Jan. 31 2014, Published 7:31 a.m. ET

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Miami Heat star Chris Bosh might have signed a $109 MILLION contract but has exclusively learned that his estranged baby mama has filed for bankruptcy and claims he only pays her $3,000 a month in child support.

Allison Mathis, the mother of the baller’s 5-year-old child, filed for Chapter 13 in Florida and, despite her baby daddy being worth millions from his 6-year contract, has exclusively obtained the documents that detail her poverty pleadings.

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The two have been locked in a nasty legal battle for years, fighting over custody of the child and financial support as well.

Bosh’s baby mama, who says her occupation is a part time research assistant, states that she has approximately $320,446 in assets but owes $286,946 to creditors.

The documents detail Mathis’ finances as a monthly income of $3,985 with expenses of $1,615 and states that she only has $1,250 in her checking account, $18,000 in her savings account, furniture and jewelry worth $3,700, and a 2007 BMW worth about $15,000 and owes $284,000 on her Windemere, Florida home.

Celebrity Justice

Mathis states her income is minimal – she declares that she makes $800 a month and receives $2,685 in child support from Bosh and receives $500 a month from family to supplement her income.

Bosh previously filed a lawsuit against Mathis for appearing on the reality show Basketball Wives but a judge threw it out.  However, she reportedly claimed his legal drama caused her to be axed from the show.



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