Blake Griffin Denies Baby Mama's Claims He'd Promised To Support Her For Life

Apr. 26 2018, Updated 3:33 p.m. ET

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Blake Griffin fired back a response denying ex fiancè Brynn Cameron’s claims he broke promises he made when they were together and “traded” her for model Kendall Jenner, RadarOnline.com can report.

The 29-year-old NBA player, who was himself traded by the Los Angeles Clippers and is now with the Detroit Pistons, said in his April 20 response that Cameron’s claims were insufficient and fraudulent. The basketball player also alleges the complaint filed by the mother of his two children should be “barred by unclean hands,” meaning Cameron has done something to disqualify her from receiving monetary relief.

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Cameron initially filed her complaint on Valentine’s Day after Griffin allegedly refused to provide “promised financial support” for her and their two children, Ford, 4, and Finn, 1. In her affidavit, Cameron said she and Griffin made an oral agreement that Blake would support her “commensurate with her lifestyle for the rest of her life," and that during the time they lived together they would combine their earnings and properties.

Instead, the basketball player postponed their July 2017 wedding and shortly began to date Jenner, Cameron said. Rather than showing up for the daughter Finn’s birthday, Griffin was reportedly with Jenner in New York, Cameron said in her complaint.

In his response, Griffin asked the court to dismiss Cameron’s complaint with prejudice. The two have a hearing set for the case on June 11 at Los Angeles Superior Court.

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As Radar first reported, the former couple are still embroiled in a separate, but related paternity suit filed by Griffin in October. Griffin filed for joint and legal physical custody of their two children.

In court documents in the paternity case, Cameron claimed Griffin kicked her out of his swanky $12 million Pacific Palisades mansion in August, and was left to “couch surf” at family and friends’ homes. In her January 17 declaration, Cameron also claimed she was “reduced to being homeless” and only had $100 in her personal bank account.

She is asking for the court to order Griffin to pay child support and establish visitation and legal custody between her and Griffin.

In documents filed in January, Griffin’s attorney, Lauren Landesman, said Cameron’s demands were unreasonable and called her various demands “overly broad, unduly burdensome, oppressive and designed, in whole or in part, to harass” Griffin.

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