The ex-Knick responded to Lovett’s allegations by calling the suit “frivolous,” as he had been “informed of his paternity several months after the child was born.” Stoudemire said a child-support payment plan has been in place since Nov. Though the lawsuit does not disclose the intimate details of Lovett’s relations with Stoudemire, the NBA vet played one season with the Miami Heat after signing with the club in July 2015.He inked a two-year deal with Hapoel Jerusalem last August.Kings guard Darren Collison arrested on domestic violence charge The NBA star's younger brother was taken into custody in Hodgeman County, Kansas. Law enforcement sources told TMZ that the ex-college football player went to the woman's house and when she arrived he rammed his car into hers.He then reportedly pulled her out of her vehicle and beat her. According to 247Sports, Jerrel Stoudemire, a 6-5, 295 defensive tackle out of Lake Wales, Fla., signed a letter of intent to play college football at Akron as part of the class of 2006. He was a member of the Eastern Arizona community college football team in 2009, acccording to the Eastern Arizona Courier.
1, 2016 although the amount wasn't revealed in the court papers.Stoudemire, 34, claims in court papers he has been giving the little girl's mother a monthly stipend for the child and paid her legal bills.Calling her lawsuit 'frivolous,' the 6-foot-10 Florida native countered that he was 'informed of his paternity several months after the child was born' and has been paying Lovett 'various amounts,' including ,500 in legal bills.Quynn Lovett, 36, is asking a Florida judge to officially declare that Stoudemire is indeed the father of a little girl named Zoe Renee.Lovett also wants permanent child support as well as full custody, the paperwork shows.
The details provided by TMZ say that Jerrel Stoudemire then dragged the woman into the basement and attacked her for "several hours." Jerrel Stoudemire was tracked down and arrested at a different location. The younger Stoudemire was an All-Region second team selection in 2009 in the Western States Football League.