According to court documents obtained by Radar, a Broward County judge has set the trial date for August 26 in the lawsuit brought by the rapper's ex-fling.
In 2018, Reign took the High Off Life rapper to court accusing him of being the father to her 1-year-old daughter.
In her petition, she demanded Future pay $53,000 a month in child support to cover their daughter's expenses. He didn't enjoy being sued by Reign and immediately went on the defensive.
He went on a months-long campaign against Reign and publicly accused her of conspiring to get pregnant by a rich man. He believed she was thirsty for fame. After being sued for paternity and before submitting to a DNA test, Future sued Reign for defamation.
He said her claims were ruining his reputation and demanded she pay him damages. The case would eventually be dismissed after a DNA test proved Future was indeed the father to the baby girl.
A couple of weeks later, Future offered to pay his ex $1,000 a month in child support. He claimed their daughter did not need any extra money for bills.
In the past couple of months, Reign's lawyers have been firing off subpoenas to Future's bank accounts and have been making moves to get their hands on his financial records.
At one point, her team demanded Future turn over copies of all his recording contracts and agreements with the mothers of his other 7 children, including with singer Ciara.
Future has opposed Reign's moves at every turn. He doesn't believe she needs the amount requested and his lawyers have been making that case in court.
In the past, Future has a history of settling child support issues with his baby mamas outside of court. Around the same time Eliza filed suit, a Texas woman named Cindy Parker took the rapper to court. In court documents, she said he was the dad to her 1-year-old son Legend Wilburn.
The matter was quickly settled out of court. Cindy doesn't say a word about Future on social media and it is believed she signed a non-disclosure agreement.