Blake Griffin has served opponents embarrassing dunks most of his career, but now he is about to experience what it feels like being caught in a poster dunk after reaching agreement on child support payments with ex-fiancee Brynn Cameron.
Cameron was set to go to court, dragging Griffin along, but the former lovers were able to reach an agreement outside the legal institution, which would see Griffin making monthly payments reportedly worth $258,000 every month.
Griffin and Cameron dated for eight years and produced two children during the period. They planned getting married in 2017 until Griffin backed out at the last minute and began dating Kendall Jenner.
Brynn explored the legal route with claims that Griffin ruined her life after deserting her. A trial was scheduled for Wednesday, August 2, before the Griffin, whose annual salary with the Detroit Pistons is $31.8 million, agreed to out-of-court settlement in child support payments and custody arrangement.
Court documents pertaining to the matter stated that Griffin kicked his ex-fiancee and former USC basketball player, Brynn Cameron and their two kids – Ford (5) and Finn (2) out of their home after breaking up with her in 2017. The documents also noted that Griffin had been paying for a five-bedroom home in Manhattan Beach, Southern California for Cameron and the kids.
The two sides are said to be at peace with the agreement and are said to be looking forward to the rest of their lives while they work together to support the kids. They will, however, share custody of the children.