RadarOnline.com spoke exclusively to Symone Davis, who claims she has a 1-year-old son with Bryant.
"He's been dodging me left and right every time I've tried to have him served with papers to pay child support for our son," Davis, 27, alleged to RadarOnline.com. "It's just pathetic. He doesn't have a stable home and jumps from place to place since NeNe kicked him out, and it's costing me time and money trying to have him served."
RadarOnline.com has confirmed with the Division of Child Support Services in Canton, Georgia, that Davis filed documents on May 5 requesting that Bryant, 29, pay child support for their son Blaze Kai Davis.
Davis expects a tough battle with Bryant over child support, because she claims he's a heavy drug user.
"He's on cocaine and that's where all his money goes," Davis alleged. "He gets a job for two weeks, and when he gets his check it all goes to the dope man. Then he gets another job and does the same thing. This is his cycle and it's sad because I want him in our son's life."
Last year, RadarOnline.com revealed shocking photos of Leakes' troubled son Bryant surrounded by drug paraphernalia while partying with friends.
The celeb son has often been in legal hot water.
In 2013, he was arrested for DUI. He was ordered to rehab and probation. While on probation, he skipped mandatory DUI classes and had to spend three months in prison. He also violated probation for testing positive for cocaine and failing to pay thousands in fines.
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He was arrested at a Georgia McDonald's for charges related to the forgery of Taco Bell checks in 2015. He was not charged with forgery.
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