Detroit Tigers first baseman Miguel Cabrera's off-field fiasco has finally come to an end as a Florida judge has ordered him to pay $20,000 a month in child support to an ex-mistress he fathered two children with and pay off her nearly $1 million mansion by July.
According to Florida court documents obtained by the Free Press, the Detroit slugger must also pay for health care, private tuition, day care, extra-curricular activities and vacations for the two children.This is on top of the $20,000 a month he will pay their mother, Belkis Rodriguez, who lives in a gated community in Orlando with the children. Cabrera must also pay for the woman's attorney fees.
Cabrera's lawyer was not readily available for comment. Rodriguez's lawyer, Terry Young, declined comment.
The judge's order follows a trial that was held in Orange County Circuit Court, where Rodriguez sued the millionaire baseball player in 2017 for $100,000 a month in child support in an explosive lawsuit that outed their affair.
It also revealed the two children he fathered with her. The boy is now 6; the girl 3. Both of them will also get vacations equal to what the children Cabrera has with his marital wife, under the court order. The judge also ordered that Cabrera provide the children with perks, like annual passes to Walt Disney World, Universal Studios and Sea World.
The nearly two-year-old paternity case was a slugfest in court, where Rodriguez continually fought to learn how much money Carbrera spends on his wife and children.