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Contempt Motion Filed Against Terrell Owens
TheInsider.com has learned exclusively that two of the mothers of Terrell Owens' four children have filed court papers today, asking a Los Angeles County judge to find the former NFL star in contempt of court.
Sources tell us that Samelia Miller, who has a five-year-old son with Terrell, and Kimberly Floyd, who has a seven-year-old daughter with him, have filed a joint motion. We're told the contempt order was filed for back child support that they claim has not been paid for last month, which totals almost $30,000 for both women. In addition to last month's payment, they also claim tens of thousands in back child support exists for previous months.
T.O. has had a lot of baby mama drama in the last few months, even getting an arrest warrant issued in November for being a no show at a child support hearing. Sources close to Samelia Miller allege that Terrell has never made any significant attempt to meet or see his son in five years.
Terrell's rep tells us he is currently unemployed, and trying to adjust his child support payments, which are based off his old salary. His rep also says Terrell is committed to resolving the situation.