Pistons’ Blake Griffin reaches child support agreement
Detroit Pistons star Blake Griffin has reached a child support agreement with Brynn Cameron, the mother of his two children.
RadarOnline, attributing its information to Los Angeles Superior Court documents, earlier this week reported that the monthly payments will be $258,000.
Blake Griffin and Brynn Cameron issued this statement Friday, and it was released by the Pistons:
"The recent reports of the financial details of the child support agreement between Blake Griffin and Brynn Cameron are inaccurate. Both sides have settled amicably and are moving forward with co-parenting their two children. Due to the confidential nature of the agreement, no further details will be released."
Griffin, 29, and Cameron, who played basketball at USC, are the parents of son Ford Wilson and daughter Finley Elaine, reported to be ages 5 and 2, respectively.
The Pistons acquired Griffin, and his huge salary, from the Los Angeles Clippers in January. Griffin has completed the first season of a five-year deal worth more than $171 million. He is set to earn almost $32 million in the 2018-19 season.
Griffin appeared in 25 games with the Pistons after the trade. He averaged 19.8 points, 6.6 rebounds and 6.2 assists in those games.