Janoris Jenkins, 27, NY Giant’s cornerback claps back at his baby mamas ‘not a penny more’ – Responds to child support increase request following his $62m NY Giants deal

Janoris Jenkins, 27, NFL cornerback signed $62 millionfive-year deal March 2016,  Baby mamas, La’Tasha Jones and Lakenya Campbel filed a “supplemental petition for modification” a month later

Both women entered into a paternity settlement in 2013 with NFL player Janoris Jenkins, for $4000 a month in child support.

Demands – In addition to modified child support payments, Jenkins “to pay for private school and all related expenses for the child”
 “Increase the face amount of life insurance Father is required to carry to secure his child support obligation commensurate with the new child support award.”
 “adjust the responsibilities of the Parties with regard to payment of extracurricular activities…”
 “an upward deviation of 5% based upon Father’s failure to spend any time with the child.”

Jenkins’ response – “Father denies there has been a substantial change of circumstances since the entry of the Final Judgment [in 2013]; and that there has been a substantial increase in his income.”

 

 

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NFL cornerback, Janoris Jenkins responded to the move by his baby mamas to get a larger piece of his newly penned 5-year $62 million deal with the New  York Giants with a resounding ‘NO’.
In response to two Florida women, who each have a child with Jenkins, filing petitions in Florida state court earlier this year seeking increased child support payments and other benefits, Jenkins, 27, filed his own “answer to mother’s supplemental petition for modification” and said his economic bracket has not changed dramatically. In his court filings Jenkins responds:
“Father denies there has been a substantial change of circumstances since the entry of the Final Judgment; and that there has been a substantial increase in his income,” reads Jenkins’ court filing in both cases. The “Final Judgment” refers to the paternity settlement agreement Jenkins and the women reached in 2013.
“Father denies that all relief requested in this petition should be ordered temporarily in this action,” the court filing says.

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Earlier this year La’Tasha Jones and Lakenya Campbell, each whom have one child with Jenkins, filed a “supplemental petition for modification” although both women entered into a paternity settlement in 2013 with Jenkins for $4000 a month in child support.
In addition to modified child support payments, Jones requests for Jenkins “to pay for private school and all related expenses for the child,” additionally requesting that Jenkins “increase the face amount of life insurance Father is required to carry to secure his child support obligation commensurate with the new child support award.”
Jones also asks to “adjust the responsibilities of the Parties with regard to payment of extracurricular activities…”
Campbell requests similar modifications, but she asks that her child support payments include “an upward deviation of 5% based upon Father’s failure to spend any time with the child.”
A third woman, Sontaevia Armstrong, it is reported requested similar increases in benefits for her two children with Jenkins, as well as a new home in a “man-guarded and gated community,” in Florida.
Campbell whose child was born in 2010 and Jones who had her child in 2009,  filed their petitions in Palm Beach County in April and May, respectively, while Jenkins’ filed his response June 6.

 

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