Exclusive: Source claims that the future recently tried to convince Eliza Reign to drop child support case and failed to show up to meet their daughter

Since 2019, Eliza Reign and Future have been fighting in court over child support for their 3-year-old daughter, Reign Wilburn. It is now alleged that Future recently tried to convince Eliza to drop the lawsuit and has not yet seen their daughter, a source exclusively says. The shadow room.

Not much seems to have changed between Eliza and Future since a judge ordered the rapper to pay $ 3,200 a month in child support after his accountant claimed he only earned $ 30,000 a month in September 2020.

According to our source, Future tried to convince Eliza Reign to drop the lawsuit against him two months ago.

He [Future] have tried to ask her [Eliza] to drop the case, but make no effort to do the right thing by Reign.

The source went on to say that about the same time he contacted her lawyer to request that the trial be dropped, he also set a date to see Reign, but never showed up.

He [Future] have reached out to see her [Reign] as 2 months ago, set a date, and never followed up or showed up.

It is also said that Reign “always asks for his father.” The source also added that Eliza thought the 38-year-old “would have come around and done the right thing”, but that does not appear to have happened.

As for Reign’s education, our source also claims that Future “does not want to pay for private school at all.”

While Reign has not yet met Future or his mother (her grandmother), her older brother Jakobi and Brittini Mealy, the mother of one of his other sons, have reached out to Eliza and Reign, but they have not yet met Reign, either. according to our source.

The two are due to return to court on July 22 and 23 to officially settle the case.

When the lawsuit was originally filed, it was reported that Eliza was requesting $ 53,000 a month, based on information from Forbes. In response, Future filed a defamation suit, but dropped it. During the mediation, Eliza requested 9,000, but was unsuccessful. At one point, Future offered $ 1,000 a month and wanted Eliza to accept a gag order. Needless to say, Eliza rejected it.

If you remember, Eliza also sued Futures Wells Fargo and SunTrust bank accounts in 2021.

According to The Blast, Future refused to give his financial information to the court, and his legal team objected to Eliza’s previous subpoenas. He would allegedly prevent Eliza from trying to get more money out of him.

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