Rapper Flo Rida has reportedly agreed to pay child support for his son Zohar during a Family Court hearing in New York City. The package is a combination of monthly and annual payments that could cost him around $500,000 a year. 

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Flo Rida also known as Tramar Dillard was called to Family Court by Alexis Adams, his ex-girlfriend and mother of his son. She dragged the rapper to family court after he failed to pay medical bills and health insurance after their son Zohar Paxton’s accident.

She claimed that the rapper ignored a 2018 support order requiring $9,000 per month in addition to medical and school costs for the child, over whom she has full custody.

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Who is Zohar Paxton?

Zohar Paxton is a 6-year-old boy. He is the son of Flo Rida and Alexis Adams. Paxton has been disabled after he fell from Alexis’ rental property, from a fifth-floor window of the apartment complex in New Jersey in March this year. He was severely injured in the accident and was admitted to ICU for days. As per medical professionals, Zohar will be disabled and won’t recover from the injuries.

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Flo Rida was dragged to Family Court after he denied providing child support to his disabled son. Flo Rida in court agreed to pay the child-support package for his son in a hearing in New York City on Thursday.

As per the agreement, the rapper has been ordered to pay $14,000 per month in child support and $2,212 per month in health insurance for the 6-year-old.

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The “Good Feeling” rapper has also been called to set up an escrow account of a whopping $300,000 for his son Zohar’s needs, which will be refilled every year in September. He is also ordered to pay $188,000 to Adams immediately to compensate her for due expenses, which include the 6-year-old’s schooling cost.