Kendall Jenner and Blake Griffin went public with their relationship in September just weeks after he split from long-time girlfriend, Brynn Cameron. So now that Griffin and Cameron are nearing the end of a heated custody battle over their two children, Ford Wilson, 4, and Finley Elaine, 1, does the agreement make Jenner a part-time mom?
Radar Online is reporting that Griffin filed a petition to establish a paternal relationship for child support and child custody on October 23rd. The NBA star requested joint legal and physical custody of the former couple’s two children. He also requested that they both pay for the attorney and expert fees.
In addition, he hit Cameron with a standard restraining order keeping her from taking the kids out of state or obtaining passports for them without his consent.
A month later, Cameron responded with her own filing, agreeing to the joint physical and legal custody, but requesting that Griffin pays for all the attorney and expert fees.
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When it comes to the issue of child support, the court will be issuing an “earnings assignment,” and – according to The Daily Mail – Cameron is asking it to be based on Griffin’s annual income. The 28-year-old just recently signed a $173 million deal with the Los Angeles Clippers.
Cameron also shares a son with former USC and NFL quarterback Matt Leinart. The two were college sweethearts, and she gave birth to Cole in 2006 after the Arizona Cardinals drafted Leinart. The couple was already broken up.
As for Griffin and Jenner, their relationship seems to be going well, as the couple rang in 2018 together with a romantic date night at Nobu in Malibu.
Jenner has three sisters currently expecting, and rumors recently swirled that she could be pregnant with Griffin’s baby. According to People Magazine, after the 22-year-old model posted a selfie in a skin-tight polka dot dress that clung to every curve of her body, some fans became convinced that there was a baby bump showing.
But, the next day, Jenner shut down the baby talk, replying to a tweet about her rumored pregnancy with, “I just like bagels.”
She may not be expecting a baby of her own, but her boyfriend will soon be sharing joint custody of his two little ones, which – in a way – makes her a part-time mom.
Jenner will also be an aunt again soon, with Kim Kardashian-West expecting a baby via surrogate, Khloe Kardashian expecting this spring with her boyfriend Tristan Thompson, and Kylie Jenner expecting with rapper Travis Scott.
Kendall Jenner has not commented on Griffin’s custody battle.