Flo Rida accused of neglecting son’s medical bills after fall

  • Flo Rida’s 6-year-old son suffered a fall from the fifth ground of an condo on March 4.
  • The kid’s mom, Alexis Adams, filed a lawsuit towards the constructing supervisor on Monday.
  • Individually, Adams has additionally alleged that Flo Rida will not be protecting the kid’s medical prices.

Rapper Flo Rida’s 6-year-old son suffered a fall from the fifth story of a New Jersey condo complicated earlier this month and the rapper has not paid the kid’s medical health insurance or medical payments, in accordance with the kid’s mom, Alexis Adams. 

On March 4, Adams’ son with Flo Rida, Zohar Dillard, fell out of the window of their Jersey Metropolis condo, sustaining severe accidents, in accordance with a lawsuit filed by Adams this week.

The price of the medical bills provides additional gas to a heated authorized battle between Adams and Flo Rida, born Tramar Dillard. Adams stated Dillard has not assisted with Zohar’s medical health insurance prices as mandated by a 2018 court-ordered little one assist settlement.

A consultant for Flo Rida didn’t instantly return Insider’s request for remark.

After falling onto the concrete from the fifth ground, Adams stated Zohar, who’s disabled, has suffered “a shattered pelvis, left metatarsal fractures, Grade 3 liver laceration, inside bleeding and collapsed lungs,” and different accidents, in accordance with an announcement from her lawyer. 

“I’m simply so grateful that my son is alive, preventing, and remains to be right here with me. He’s a real-life superhero,” Adams said.

Flo Rida was accused of failing to pay medical payments for years

In January, Adams instructed Insider that Flo Rida has not fulfilled little one assist funds round Zohar’s schooling and medical health insurance. Via the settlement, Dillard had been required by a Bronx County Household Court docket to pay Adams $9,000 a month for little one assist, in addition to the complete price of Zohar’s schooling and medical health insurance, per courtroom filings.

In an August 2021 affidavit requesting that Flo Rida clarify the dearth of cost, Adams claimed that she has spent tens of hundreds of {dollars} on authorized illustration, submitting motions with the courtroom for the rapper to offer a cause for the unfinished funds or be held in contempt of courtroom. Directors at Zohar’s college have additionally emailed Flo Rida together with Adams, asking for tuition cost.

The alleged lack of funds additionally tailed an enormous $82 million verdict that the rapper gained towards power drink firm Celsius in early 2023.

“Tramar profitable $82.6 million didn’t shock me,” Adams instructed Insider in January. Him complying “with our little one assist order by reinstating Zohar’s medical health insurance and being an actual household man and father to our son would truly impress me,” she stated.

Dillard “has did not pay the month-to-month premium for Zohar’s medical health insurance,” Adams stated in an August 2021 affidavit filed in assist of an order to indicate trigger. And for all of 2020, he “did not pay me $6,616.68 for medical health insurance premium prices,” Adams alleged, including that she was compelled to pay out of pocket.

An insurance coverage doc reviewed by Insider confirmed that Zohar’s insurance coverage was lower off in March 2020, after Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Defend didn’t obtain premium funds. Zohar has been on Medicaid, in accordance with Adams, which doesn’t cowl the wanted bodily remedy for his restoration after the autumn.

In response to the autumn, the rapper posted a narrative on Instagram on Wednesday, saying Zohar “is getting the most effective medical care and miraculously survived a tragic fall.”

“I ask in your continued prayer,” the rapper added.

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In January, Adams additionally had an unpaid tuition stability of over $200,000 with Zohar’s college which Flo Rida was requested to pay, and which she can’t afford, in accordance with the 2021 affidavit.

Latest courtroom paperwork confirmed that in November 2022, a lawyer for Dillard argued towards the decide’s orders to pay for schooling, saying he couldn’t afford it. By December 2022, Dillard’s staff had requested the courtroom to cut back his month-to-month little one assist cost.

A decide might want to decide whether or not Dillard has been skipping out on schooling funds and whether or not he owes bills for Zohar, although a listening to date has not been set. 

In her lawsuit associated to Zohar’s fall, Adams sued the constructing administration firm, Goldberg Administration, in addition to Pitch Excellent 74, LLC, and unnamed development firms for negligence, claiming that they had been at fault for the autumn “by putting in home windows that posed a hazardous situation and/or by putting in incorrect sized guards on stated home windows,” and ignoring her repeated requests for the correct window guards.

Goldberg Administration didn’t instantly return Insider’s requests for remark. 

The swimsuit is looking for undisclosed medical damages for Zohar, who Adams stated within the swimsuit “has been disabled and sooner or later will probably be disabled and never have the ability to carry out his regular capabilities.”

“As a single mother to a particular wants little one this looks like a nightmare,” Adams instructed Insider in an announcement. “My coronary heart is damaged into one million items.”

Originally posted 2023-04-01 00:47:52.