September 10, 2005
People and Family Law in the News
Monaco's Prince Albert II believes he was "set up" by a former flight attendant who says she had his child. "It was a very difficult moment for me," Albert, 47, told The New York Times in Saturday's editions. He added that he's still "coming to terms" with the unintended fatherhood. By Associated Press. http://www.fosters.com/apps/pbcs.dll/articleAID=/20050910/NEWS1402/109100009 (Last visited September 10, 2005, REO).
Singer Bobby Brown has made good on his promise to put money into an educational fund for his children and to pay them child support. Brown, during a voluntary appearance in Norfolk Probate and Family Court on Wednesday, told Judge Paula Carey he's up to date with his $5,000 monthly child support payments and with his contributions to their educational fund. . . . Brown, a Boston native, was sentenced to 90 days in prison in June 2004 for missing three months' worth of child support payments. . . . Brown was jailed for a day in March of that year after he failed to pay $63,000 he owed Ward.. By Associated Press, Boston Globe, Boston.com., http://www.boston.com/news/local/massachusetts/articles/2005/09/08/bobby_brown_appears_for_child_support_hearing/ (Last visited September 10, 2005, REO).
Minnesota Vikings All-Pro defensive tackle Kevin Williams faces a court date next week stemming from an Aug. 28 arrest for domestic violence, according to police records. Minnetonka police charged Williams with fifth-degree domestic assault, a misdemeanor, after his wife called 911 during an early-morning altercation at their home that involved a 13-inch kitchen knife. By. Judd Zulgad and Kevin Seifert, Star Tribune, Startribune.com. http://startribune.com/stories/503/5606385.html (Last visited September 10, 2005, REO).
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