Is Blake Griffin paying too much in child support?
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Is Blake Griffin paying too much in child support?

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Blake Griffin is reportedly going to pay $258,000 a month in child support to his former girlfriend, Brynn Cameron. Griffin, who left Cameron for a torrid affair with Kendall Jenner, is slated to make $31 million next season, but it appears a lot of that is going to his kids. Some believe Griffin got a terrible deal and is giving way more money than is needed to support his kids. Others believe Griffin had an affair with Jenner and needs to pay for abandoning his family. What do you think? 🏀

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There is no world where someone *needs* $258,000 a month to raise a child. People are raising kids on a fraction of that amount for an entire year. Griffin's children are going to be making more money than Manu Ginobili, Isaiah Thomas, Terry Rozier and the combined salaries of Kyle Kuzma and Josh Hart next year. Griffin got railroaded.

The purpose of child support is so the child gets the care he or she would get if the parents were still together. Since Griffin is making a lot of money, those children should be getting a lot of money. 

In reality, Cameron is only receiving 10 percent of Griffin's monthly income—which is low when you consider how much support his kids would get if he was still together with his Cameron. Oh, and Griffin cheated on her, too. He split the family apart, so it's his responsibility to make it right. Actions have consequences, folks.

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