Halle Berry ORDERED To Pay $16K A Month In Child Support AND $115K LUMP SUM To Gabe Aubry + Michael Baisden's FORMER Bosses Overpaid Him $1 Million…And They WANT It BACK!

Halle Berry ORDERED To Pay $16K A Month In Child Support AND $115K LUMP SUM To Gabe Aubry + Michael Baisden's FORMER Bosses Overpaid Him $1 Million…And They WANT It BACK!
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A new legal victory has ordered Halle Berry to pay her baby daddy $115K in retroactive child support plus $16K a month! Get the deets inside and see why Michael Baisden’s former bosses claim he owes them $1 Million dollars!

 

Maybe it’s not so bad that pretty boy model Gabriel Aubry got beat up by Halle Berry’s husband Olivier Martinez a few years ago.  A new legal victory (which we just found out about) will take care of all of Gabe’s pain and suffering…via a substantial raise in child support. 

PEOPLE reports that a May 30th judgment orders Halle to pay Gabe $16,000 per month to support their daughter Nahla, 6, until she turns 19 years old or graduates from high school, whichever comes first. In addition to the 16K, Gabe was also rewarded $115,000 in retroactive support!

The new order comes after an initial custody agreement in 2012 and that infamous fight.  Hopefully this settlement keeps the peace…..

 

In other legal news…..

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Former radio show host Michael Baisden might be on the hook for $1 Million if his former radio bosses win a new lawsuit.  Here’s the backstory:

According to AlwaysAList.com, around March 2013, Michael’s hit-syndicated show came to a halt after he failed to reach a new agreement with bosses Cumulus Media Networks.  Thanks to what MUST have been a clerical error, Michael’s “checks” never stopped coming…even after he was no longer employed by CMN.  

Legal documents filed by the company claim Michael cashed 15 checks in the amount of $66,666.67 resulting in an overpayment of approximately $1,000,000. When the company reach out to Michael….he REFUSED to return the money. Now CMN hopes a judge will see it their way because allowing Michael to keep the dough would be a “gross inequity and would be unconscionable.”

Now that you know the back story…..its worth noting that Michael has not spoken publicly about the lawsuit. Maybe he considered the “overpayments” a blessing from God or a “surprise” severance package. We look forward to seeing what he tells the judge.

     

 Photos via Getty Imags/Michael B’s Twitter

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