Bre Tiesi Reveals Nick Cannon May Not Pay Child Support Due To Abundance Of Offspring

It's been several months since Nick Cannon hit us with yet another baby announcement, which is likely a good thing considering he recently admitted to getting the Mother's Day cards of his six baby mamas mixed up when delivering them. While he and Abby De La Rosa appear to have a strong relationship thanks to their on-air work together, other co-parents, like LaNisha Cole, have had less pleasurable experiences. Another of Cannon's partners, Bre Tiesi, also seems to have some beef with the multi-talent, which she markedly expressed on Netflix's Selling Sunset.

The model was speaking with co-star Amanza Smith during the recently released sixth season of the hit reality series when she revealed that he might not have to pay child support. "The way it works is like, after 10, the court can basically say he can't afford [it]," Tiesi alleged. However, she did note that because of his mass wealth, the "rule" may not apply to Cannon, much to her benefit. "Because he is who he is, they could say, 'We know you can afford X amount for each household," the mother of one dished.

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Nick Cannon's Child Support Comes Up on Selling Sunset

While Tiesi sounded sure in her claims, legal experts in California are disputing her. "For those supporting multiple children, these payments could completely take over their income, so the state ensures that non-custodial parents still support their children without breaking the bank," the Paula D. Kleinman law corporation revealed, as per Page Six. In addition to this, Bre's own attorney, Neama Rahmani also spoke out against her, declaring that "California law does not limit child support payments based on the number of children a parent has."

"Child support payments are based on a number of factors, including the parents' income, the cost of child care, and the amount of time the child spends with each parent.  It does not consider the number of children a parent has, so it doesn't matter whether Nick or any other father has one child or twelveDo you think it would be fair for Nick Cannon to skip out on paying child support for his kids? Let us know in the comments, and tap back in with HNHH later for more pop culture news updates.

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