That Is Absolutely Not True – Lawyer Of Bre Tiesi Reacts To Her Statement About Nick Cannon Not Having To Pay Child Support
A statement made by Bre Tiesi about Nick Cannon not having to pay child support has got her lawyer talking.
On season 6 of the Netflix series, Selling Sunset, which was released on Friday, the 32-year-old asserted that Cannon, the father of her 10-month-old son, Legendary Love, doesn’t have to pay child support.
She claimed: “The way it works is, like, after 10, the court can basically say he can’t afford to pay child support. Or because he is who he is, they could say, ‘We know you can afford X amount for each household.'”
Following her comment, Bre Tiesi’s lawyer, Neama Rahmani has made a clarification.
“Bre, you should know better!” she told Us Weekly while responding to her client’s statement. “That is absolutely not true. There’s no cap on child support based on the number of children. So, to the extent that Nick Cannon can have babies, he owes child support for those babies under California law.”
Apart from Legendary Love, Nick Cannon is the father of Rise, 5 months, Powerful, 2, and Golden, 6, with Brittany Bell; Beautiful, 3 months, and Zion and Zillion, both 1, with Abby De La Rosa; Halo, 2 months, and the late Zen with Alyssa Scott; Onyx, 5 months, with LaNisha Cole; 12-year-old twins, Monroe and Moroccan, with Mariah Carey.
Talking about her relationship with the popular American television host, Tiesi averred: “[Nick] is not my sugar daddy.”
“I take care of myself, and if my son needs something or we need something, I can ask. That’s all I have to do. I know he’s a good dad. And Nick is not my sugar daddy,” she said. “Nick is not my reason that I’m where I’m at — he’s none of these things. It’s stupid. I can make crazy money by myself. I can carry my lifestyle, which is not cheap. I can carry my child and my own s**t.”
Her lawyer further noted: “Bre is a successful actress, model and real estate agent. She’s been taking care of herself her entire life.”
“I know she has a good relationship with Nick, and he’s a good father. I know Nick does well,” Rahmani added. “There’s reports that he’s making $100 million a year, but a good chunk of that money should go to the mothers of these children for child support.”