Har­d­away to sup­port daugh­ter

Agree­ment signed with for­mer girl­friend

The Commercial Appeal - - LOCAL NEWS - By Lawrence Buser — Lawrence Buser: 529-2385

Bas­ket­ball star Anfernee Har­d­away has agreed to pay child sup­port for the sec­ond daugh­ter he fa­thered by his for­mer Tread­well High School girl­friend.

Ac­cord­ing to Ju­ve­nile Court records, Har­d­away will pay Latar­sha McCray $3,300 a month for their daugh­ter born last Oc­to­ber, $14,151 in pre­na­tal and post­na­tal med­i­cal bills and a lump sum of $39,300 payable Tues­day.

The monthly pay­ments will con­tinue un­til the child turns 18 or grad­u­ates from high school, which­ever is last.

He also agreed to pay $1,815 an­nu­ally for her health in­sur­ance, re­im­burse McCray $8,170 for past pre­mi­ums and or­tho­don­tist care, pur­chase a $1 mil­lion life in­sur­ance pol­icy with his daugh­ter as ben­e­fi­ciary and start an ed­u­ca­tional trust fund with a $96,000 in­vest­ment fund de­posit.

Un­der a con­sent agree­ment signed Fri­day, Har­d­away ’s monthly child sup­port for their other daugh­ter, born in 1992, will be re­duced to $3,300 a month from the pre­vi­ous $6,000 per month. There also are sim­i­lar health, in­sur­ance and ed­u­ca­tion pay­ments.

Har­d­away will pay half of the mother’s $16,000 fees owed to her at­tor­ney, Johnny Ras­berry.

The court file was ob­tained Tues­day af­ter The Com­mer­cial Ap­peal filed a re­quest un­der the state’s open records act.

Har­d­away, 35, made more than $15 mil­lion last year in the NBA, but a knee in­jury lim­ited his play­ing to only four games in the last year of a seven-year con­tract.

In Fe­bru­ary he was traded by the New York Knicks to the Or­lando Magic, which waived him from the ros­ter. He has spent much of the sum­mer work­ing out and re­ha­bil­i­tat­ing his knee in Hous­ton.

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