Published On: Mon, Mar 6th, 2017

Kodak Black Pursuing Custody Battle While In Prison

Kodak Black Pursuing Custody Battle

Kodak Black Pursuing Custody Battle While In Prison

Despite being locked up, Kodak Black still wants a judge to grant him joint custody of his toddler son.

“She is using the son as an ATM card,” said Raven Ramona Liberty, Kodak Black’s lawyer, of her client’s baby mama, 19-year-old Jammiah Broomfield.

Speaking to Bossip, Liberty called Kodak a “stand-up guy.” “He’s a 19-year-old man who is trying to be there for his son, and this woman is blocking that,” said the attorney.

The lawyer of the 19-year-old rapper suggests Broomfield only lets Kodak see their son, King Khalid — who will turn 2 on March 13, when he gives her money.

Kodak is looking to build a case against Broomfield in order to gain joint custody of Khalid, which Liberty believes he is entitled to under Florida law.

However, the custody battle will likely have to wait until Kodak finishes his current prison stint, which began on Feb. 28. He was arrested for violating the conditions of his probation and house arrest. His lawyers are confident that he will be released shortly.

Keep in mind that the Pompano Beach rapper is also awaiting a sexual assault trial in South Carolina. If convicted, he could face 30 years in prison just for the sexual assault charges.

Kodak filed a lawsuit against Broomfield and her then-boyfriend, 21-year-old Tavon Jajuan Session, in order to establish paternity and a 50/50 custody arrangement last year, shortly after she had told him that he was King Khalid’s father. The judge dismissed Kodak’s motion because both he and Broomfield were late to the hearing.

Despite being locked up, Kodak Black still wants a judge to grant him joint custody of his toddler son.

“She is using the son as an ATM card,” said Raven Ramona Liberty, Kodak Black’s lawyer, of her client’s baby mama, 19-year-old Jammiah Broomfield.

Speaking to Bossip, Liberty called Kodak a “stand-up guy.” “He’s a 19-year-old man who is trying to be there for his son, and this woman is blocking that,” said the attorney.

The lawyer of the 19-year-old rapper suggests Broomfield only lets Kodak see their son, King Khalid — who will turn 2 on March 13, when he gives her money.

Kodak is looking to build a case against Broomfield in order to gain joint custody of Khalid, which Liberty believes he is entitled to under Florida law.

However, the custody battle will likely have to wait until Kodak finishes his current prison stint, which began on Feb. 28. He was arrested for violating the conditions of his probation and house arrest. His lawyers are confident that he will be released shortly.

Keep in mind that the Pompano Beach rapper is also awaiting a sexual assault trial in South Carolina. If convicted, he could face 30 years in prison just for the sexual assault charges.

Kodak filed a lawsuit against Broomfield and her then-boyfriend, 21-year-old Tavon Jajuan Session, in order to establish paternity and a 50/50 custody arrangement last year, shortly after she had told him that he was King Khalid’s father. The judge dismissed Kodak’s motion because both he and Broomfield were late to the hearing.

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