Chris Bosh’s Baby Mama: He Left Me When I Was Six Months Pregnant!!



Chris Bosh may be celebrating after the Miami Heat won the World Championship, but as more and more reports surface regarding his nasty fallout over child support, he’s not looking like a champion, but a loser instead.

Chris Bosh’s baby mama Allison Mathis is not going to let a championship win quiet her or keep her from seeking higher child support payments. The now unemployed single mother and ex girlfriend to Chris Bosh is struggling so bad financially that not only has she lost her home, but she has had to look to food stamps to keep food on the table for her and Chris Bosh’s daughter.

Bosh is currently only paying $2600 a month in child support payments. According to Mathis’ attorney, these payments were only approved because Mathis did not have an attorney at the time of the hearings. She represented herself, and as a result, the monthly payments have not been enough to keep the bills paid. After be cheating by Chris Bosh (who’s current wife spends more on handbags ), the young woman also got a job as a receptionist, but lost that job recently and is still finding trouble in seeking new employment in a devastating economy.

In a recent interview with Gossip Extra, Chris Bosh’s baby mama gives her side of the story. And apparently, Chris Bosh wanted a baby so bad, he had her undergo fertility treatments:

In her first interview since their daughter Trinity was born three years ago, Mathis says she doesn’t understand why Bosh is ignoring her pleas for help after she lost her job last month, placing her on the edge of foreclosure and public assistance.

Worse: She says Bosh has spent upward of $2 million on a coterie of lawyers to keep his child support payment at $2,600 a month – millions that even the Orange County judge handling their case said would be better spent on his daughter.

“Chris really wanted us to have a baby, that why he had me go to a fertility doctor,” Mathis exclusively told Gossip Extra at the downtown Orlando office of her lawyer, Jane E. Carey. “I followed the treatment and we eventually became pregnant. He was very happy when Trinity was born.”

As Gossip Extra revealed exclusively Saturday, Mathis is the Orlando single mother who applied for tax-funded food stamps because, she says, Bosh’s child support barely pays for her mortgage. The tallhead makes as much as $18 million a year playing for the Heat.

Mathis believed Bosh would marry her when Trinity was born. But she and Bosh broke up when she was six months pregnant, and she eventually moved to Orlando to be with her family.

But Bosh married Adrienne Williams last year, and the couple had their first child last month.

Lawyer Carey says Bosh’s aggressive legal stand started when he moved to Florida in 2010 to join LeBron James and Dwyane Wade on the Heat.

Allison may not have confirmed it, but it sounds like to me Bosh left her while she was pregnant and moved on to his now wife Adrienne Williams, whose alleged past includes screwing many married professional athletes. She’s also notoriously known for overdressing at Miami Heat games and sporting $5000 handbags on the regular. So you mean to tell me that Adrienne can’t talk Chris Bosh into doing the right thing about his daughter? I guess not, since her past indicates she doesn’t care about anyone but herself. Meanwhile Chris Bosh’s son with Adrienne has a diamond encrusted pacifier just because.

Chris Bosh may be a champion on the court, but in real life, he’s sounding more and more like a loser who is playing favoritism when it comes to his kids.

Need proof that Chris Bosh’s baby mama didn’t trap him and that he wanted this baby? Check out the video below that captured the moment they realized Mathis was pregnant:

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