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Cam Newton’s Ex Kia Proctor is Reportedly Seeking $15,000 a Month in Child Support

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SJ - September 2, 2020

New England Patriots quarterback Cam Newton's ex-girlfriend and the mother of four of his children, Kia Proctor, is reportedly seeking $15,000 a month in child support from him.  According to Bossip, she recently filed court papers detailing her monthly costs.

Proctor also reportedly revealed that she doesn't make anything close to that and is unable to support the children without the former NFL MVP's help.  Cam is now in a relationship with Instagram model La Reina Shaw.

From Bossip:

The mother of NFL star Cam Newton’s four kids said she’s spending more than $15,000 a month to support the children and makes barely enough to put a dent in those costs.

Kia Proctor filed court papers in her paternity and child support suit with Newton detailing the cost of providing for their family, which includes Chosen, four, Sovereign-Dior, three, Camidas, two, and baby Cashmere, who’ll be one years old next month.

Proctor said her monthly spending includes $3,000 on household and grocery items, $2,966 on child care, $2,640 on her car and $666 on clothing, $300 on grooming and another $416 on entertainment.

Despite racking up $15,678 in expenses, the 32-year-old mom said she only makes a minimum wage, $1,276 – a fraction of the income required for the children’s care.

I'm not going say that Cam shouldn't have to help pay for his children, he definitely should, but I am going suggest that Kia could make a killing on OnlyFans.  It might be something worth looking into, I'm just saying.



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