Kirkland Crawford Detroit Free Press Published 2:20 p.m. UTC Aug 2, 2018 According to Radar Online, Detroit Pistons forward Blake Griffin has been ordered to pay $258,000 a month in child support, the result of a paternity case in Los Angeles Superior Court. The celebrity gossip blog, which claims to have obtained court documents, reports that Griffin, who played the first 7½ years with the Los Angeles Clippers, and his ex-fiancee, former USC basketball player Brynn Cameron, broke up a year ago. The couple have two children, Ford, 5, and Finn, 2. More: Blake Griffin, Detroit roasted by comedian Jeff Ross The court documents, according to Radar Online, say that Cameron claims that Griffin kicked her and the children out of his house last year. Since then, Griffin and Cameron, who said Griffin called off their engagement right after beginning to date socialite Kendall Jenner, were engaged in paternity and civil cases. Griffin said, according to the documents, that he is paying for a five-bedroom home in Manhattan Beach in southern California for Cameron and the children. The court declared that Griffin’s annual income totals to $35 million. The 6-foot-9 power forward is scheduled to make $31.8 million next season from the Pistons, according to Basketball-Reference.com. A sum of $258,000 per month would come out to $3.096 million a year. The couple have joint legal and physical custody of the children. They must mutually agree on school and related expenses, but Griffin must pay for extracurricular activities.