Flavor Flav's New Baby Mama Now Wants Him to Return the $50K He Owes Her
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In an interview, Kate Gammell reveals that she loaned the former Public Enemy member the money to square away some of his personal bills, but she has yet to get the money back.

AceShowbiz - Flavor Flav's troubles just keep increasing. Not only the rapper has to deal with child support lawsuit after he's been confirmed to be the father of two-month-old baby boy, but he also needs to return the money that he apparently owes to his baby mama, Kate Gammell. The Shade Room first broke this story.

The gossip blog said that Kate loaned Flavor $50,000 to square away some of his personal bills, but she still had not received the money back from him. "When I told him I was pregnant in February of 2019, I was told by him that I couldn't work with him because of the baby," she said to the publication. "This was very hard on me because I had invested my time and money into Flavor's career even leaning him $50,000 which I haven't gotten back yet."

She is now seeking $50,000 on top of Flavor's child support payments.

This arrives just a day after it was revealed that he is the biological father of Kate's 2-month-old son despite his denials. According to a DNA test completed by LabCorp on October 21, it's stated that there's a 99.9% chance that the former Public Enemy member is her baby daddy. Kate is now seeking a decision from the court to order Flavor, whose real name is William Drayton Jr., to begin making child support payments.

Kate, who once worked under Flavor's management team, filed a paternity suit against him earlier this month after he ghosted her not long after she gave birth to the baby. Her pregnancy was allegedly documented by WeTV for "Growing Up Hip Hop: New York" and cameras were even on hand to capture scenes from the baby shower, which was attended by Flavor's other children. She reportedly was also interviewed by producers of the show after giving birth.

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