What in the world could two kids — ages 12 and 10 — need in a given month that would cost over $100,000?
Does it even matter, as long as the money is available? According to the New York Post's Page Six, Marc Anthony's ex-wife, Dayanara Torres is taking Marc to court this week to ask for an increase of child support that's nearly 10 times what she gets now.
Marc and the former Miss Universe were married in 2000 and split in 2004. (He married Jennifer Lopez a week after this divorce was finalized.) They have two kids, 12 and 10.
Page Six said Marc now pays $13,000 a month in child support, plus $3,500 in spousal support. She now wants $112,000 in child support, based on Marc's major earnings.
Dayanara has reportedly been joking that friends should ask for more money if they see Marc. For his part, Marc's lawyer told Page Six the singer has paid even more than $13,000 a month, taking care of the children's schooling, band lessons, medical and dental costs, etc.
So this will be battled in court. Can you see an argument for $100K a month in child support, if he's making enough for it, or is that just way too much?
Source: Page Six