Nia Long to Receive $32K Monthly Child Support From Ime Udoka
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The actress initially demanded primary custody of the couple's son as she accused her ex of having 'failed to support' his son Kez Sunday Long Udoka in her legal docs.

AceShowbiz - Nia Long's custody battle with Ime Udoka has come to an end. The actress and her former fiance will share joint custody of their 12-year-old son and she will be getting over $32,000 in monthly child support.

It cites Udoka’s monthly disposable income as $465,804, and notes that their son spends 95% of the time with Long. While this would indicate $56,389 as the expected amount, the two sides mutually agreed on the $32,000 figure.

Nia initially demanded primary custody of the couple's son. In her legal documents, she accused her ex of having "failed to support" his son Kez Sunday Long Udoka.

While Nia demanded primary legal and physical custody of the child, she asked the judge to allow Ime "reasonable visitation" that is "consistent with the child's best interest." She also asked that her ex be ordered to pay the legal fees associated with the case.

Ime's affair was exposed to public back in September 2022. The pair, who had been together since 2010, called off their engagement after he was reported to have had an "inappropriate relationship" with a female staffer.

In December, Nia's rep said the two were "no longer together but remain fully committed to co-parenting their son." Another source close to the actress said that "the situation is unfortunate and painful, but Nia is focusing on her children and rebuilding her life."

In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter months later, Nia blasted the Boston Celtics for making public Ime's infidelity. "I think the most heartbreaking thing about all of this was seeing my son's face when the Boston Celtics organization decided to make a very private situation public," she said. "No one from the Celtics organization has even called to see if I'm OK, to see if my children are OK. It's very disappointing."

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