Decide criticizes Lamar Odom in current courtroom listening to – “If he is in fine condition for a boxing match, he pays baby help”

#Roommates, the latest update in Lamar Odom’s ongoing entertainment drama, has just taken a turn he may not be too happy about. During a recent trial, a Manhattan judge criticized Lamar Odom for still not paying child support – instead choosing to attend a celebrity boxing match.

@PageSix reports Manhattan Supreme Court Justice Matthew Cooper did not hold back on Lamar Odom’s continued failure to provide child support for his two children with ex-girlfriend Liza Morales. Judge Cooper called on Lamar for choosing to participate in a recent celebrity boxing match against Aaron Carter for which he received $ 40,000 instead of fulfilling his obligations to repay all child child support he owes.

During the virtual hearing, Judge Cooper stated, “If Mr. Odom is in good shape to participate in a boxing match, he is certainly in good shape to meet his obligations to support his children under the settlement agreement. I was disappointed that the payments were stopped. ”When asked by the judge about Lamar Odom’s current financial stability, Liza Morales said he was definitely not interested in money. “He’s definitely making money. He just got a check for that boxing match. He does a lot of things about his brand. He has a CBD company that he works with, ”she said.

In response to Liza’s claims about Lamar’s current business venture, Judge Cooper added another stern comment about him. “I just want to note that if Mr. Odom wants a brand that means something, it should be one where the person behind the brand pays to support his children and doesn’t put his children at risk of displacement.” he said.

As we previously reported, Liza Morales filed documents with the Manhattan Supreme Court claiming that Lamar completely stopped paying child support in June 2020 – and now the landlords of her upscale Manhattan apartment are threatening her and her children to evict. Morales also stated that Lamar’s “unilateral cessation of support” has left her unable to pay the $ 5,125 monthly rent for her apartment.

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