Mustard only has to pay $24KA a month in child support

a judge has ruled Dj Mustard He only has to pay $24,500 per month for child support in his case against the ex-wife channel theoryaccording to court documents obtained by blast,

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Mustard’s ex-wife was seeking over $82,000 a month in child support, judge upheld pre-nup

Chanel was seeking more than $82,000 in monthly child support for her three children, keelan, cornerAnd CodyIn a hearing earlier this year, shadow room previously reported. However, a judge ultimately ruled this week that Mustard would have to pay barely a quarter of that.

The judge also upheld Mustard’s real name, Dijon McFarlane, a prenuptial agreement with Thierry. blast,

The outlet cited noted celebrity divorce attorney Samantha Spector as instrumental in getting Mustard such favorable terms.

However, the monthly amount is still higher than the $19,000 per month he was paying under a temporary agreement that began earlier this year, as reported shadow room in February.

No Spouse Support For Chanel, Mustard Keeps House, Car, Royalty And Jewelery

In the meantime, Mustard will also get to keep her house, cars, music royalties and jewelry, under conditions set by a judge this week. He was also allowed to keep his other assets, court documents said.

Mustard told the court that he would pay for the children’s extracurricular activities. The judge also found it in his favor to do so.

Although their three children will receive the above $24,5000 monthly, their mother will not receive any spousal support.

According to court documents, the channel previously accepted a one-time payment of $315,000.

In May 2022, Mustard filed for divorce from Chanel. They were married for less than two years, but they dated each other for 12 years before the relationship ended.

A Brief History Of The Drama Between DJ Mustard And Ex-Wife Chanel Thierry

However, Mustard and Chanel have not spoken publicly about the matter.

The former couple have fought quite publicly since announcing their divorce. A pending issue arose from the channel allowing its children on social media. Mustard claims she was exposing them to “predators” by including them in sponsored Instagram posts, blast Report.

According to The Blast, their lawyers wrote, “They worry that publicizing children could expose them to predators and unfriendly media, and they also worry that simply as children, they lack the ability to consent to the use of their images, which will become a permanent feature of the Internet.”

The judge eventually allowed both parents to post their children online. However, a warning was given that one cannot use “abusive” words against another on social media.

The DJ previously said the channel was “stalking” him after the custody exchange, his lawyers wrote, according to The Blast.

“Because Chanel is so aggressive and hostile, Dijon believes it is in the best interests of the children to have as few custody exchanges as possible, and indeed, the parties’ week-by-week custody schedule is working well, even though Chanel continues to use custody exchanges as an opportunity to escalate the conflict,” read the legal documents.

For its part, the channel hit out at its estranged ex for screwing up on his “first day” last year, as previously reported shadow room,

What say you, Rumi? Did Mustard get out of trouble as easily as his lawyers said? Or is $24,500 a month just too much?