Paul George Wants Custody of Baby He Tried to Abort

Published On July 1, 2014 | By Brandon | Latest posts, News, Pro Sports, The Barbershop

By Brandon Simmons

According to the Indianapolis Star, Indiana Pacer Paul George is looking to gain full custody of a child he fathered with Daniela Rajic. Rajic originally filed to have sole custody of the travel claiming that George’s travel schedule does not make him fit to raise the child. Geroge has fired back with his own suit claiming that Rajic’s current financial situations make her unfit to have sole custody.

In case you missed the gossip flying around the internet, Rajic is the woman that George allegedly offered $1 million to have an abortion. To add more to the twist, this apparently happened while George was dating Callie Rivers, the daughter of Los Angeles Clippers head coach Doc Rivers.

George is making a number of arguments through his suit regarding why he is a perfect fit:

1. He has plenty of means and resources to fully take care of a child.
2. He can take care of the child on a “day-to-day” basis.
3. Rajic is currently unemployed and refuses to get a job and constantly depends on others to raise the child.

Rajic’s lawyers fought back against the claim with their own opinions over George’s claims.

“This is grossly insulting to women,” said Raoul Felder, an attorney for Rajic. He adds that she is unemployed because she is taking care of their two month old daughter while living in Middle Village, Queens.

Despite Rajic filing court documents that a paternity test ruled George as the father, but he has had his doubts. George has requested another paternity test after having “misgivings regarding the methodology used and accuracy of the pre-birth paternity test.”

Custody battles are never the prettiest moments in people’s lives especially for the children. They are decisions that could affect the child no matter how old they are. Hopefully this could be resolved with the right decision that will keep both parents and their daughter happy.

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