Janoris Jenkins' Ex-girlfriends are seeking modification of their child support ordersby St. Petersburg/Florida Family Law Attorney on 06/11/16
Three women that have children with New York Giants cornerback Janoris Jenkins, are looking to have their child-support payments modified upward, according to multiple reports. Jenkins has five children with four different women and recently, signed a five-year $62.5 million dollar deal with $28 million guaranteed after his first four seasons playing for the St. Louis Rams. One of his exes, Sontaevia Armstrong has filed court documents in Florida requesting Jenkins to pay for her and their two children to live in a "man-guarded and gated community," as well as "pay for private school, healthcare and security for her and the kids."In addition, according to multiple reports, La'Tasha Jones and Lakenya Campbell have also filed court documents seeking increased child support and benefits, otherwise known as a "Supplemental Petition for Modification of Child-Support." Furthermore, Campbell is requesting that the court deviate from the child support guidelines "5%," as a result upon Father's failure to spend any time with the child." In order for a child support Order to be modified, it must be proven that there has been a "Substantial change in circumstances since entry of the original Order, and that it's material and was not anticipated at the time of rendering the original order." Also, if based on the revised incomes of both parties, results in the child support amount changing by at least 15% or $50, then that is also grounds for the parties' child support payments to be modified.