The Minnesota Timberwolves basketball player Malik Beasley was again at the center of the scandal when his mistress kicked his wife and children out of the apartment at the end of last year.
Earlier this year, his ex-wife Yao Montana (Yao Montana) filed for divorce and sought temporary alimony during the breakup, but her claim was rejected. Despite this, the judge awarded her a temporary alimony of US$6,500 per month on Monday.
Brother Bible reports that Yao Ming asked for 15,000 US dollars and another 20,000 US dollars in legal fees, but she was also rejected. At the same time, Beasley is now challenging his son’s fatherhood and has asked the court to conduct a DNA test.
According to court records, Beasley is now disputing his father’s identity and has undergone a test to find out whether he is Ma Kai’s biological father. “U.S. Weekly” wrote that the results of his test last week are currently unclear.
His lawyer also said that if the child is proved to be his, the basketball player will pay alimony.
Yao Ming claimed that Beasley and Lars Pippen (Scott Pippen’s ex-wife, which is why he kicked Yao Ming out of the apartment) had traveled across the country without seeing his son for several months.