Tristan, 28, was previously paying just $15,000 a month for Prince, 2. Jordan, 27, decided to take the athlete to court because she felt her son was entitled to the same lifestyle as his father and half sister True, 14 months.
The Cleveland Cavaliers star must now pay $40,000 on the first of the month until Prince turns 18, according to May 2019 court documents obtained by RadarOnline.com.
Jordan initially filed the case against Tristan in September 2016. At the time, she claimed that the NBA star had only seen their son nine times from the time he was born in December 2016 to November 2018.
Tristan must also put away $1250 a month in a savings account for Prince, which totals $15,000 annually.
Tristan is on the hook for $2000 for Prince's private tutor and if he ends up going to private school, Tristan is responsible for the full tuition costs.
Lastly, Tristan agreed to pay Jordan $10,000 to cover backed medical bills stemming from her pregnancy.
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