Florida judge orders arrest of former Colt Clint Session unless he can pay nearly $400K in child support
4 fast facts:
- Arrest warrant issued for Ex-Colt Clint Session unless he pays nearly $400,000 in child support.
- Child is “severely medically needy,” according to court documents.
- Previous court decision found he is able to pay.
- Mother’s lawyer says his payments have not been sufficient.
On Monday, a Florida judge issued an arrest warrant for former Indianapolis Colts linebacker Clint Session, according to our partners at the Indianapolis Star.
Session is accused of “willful” failure to pay nearly $400,000 in child support payments for his daughter. According to court documents obtained by the Star, the child is “severely medically needy.”
The girl’s mother, Davia Bradshow, had previously indicated the child has brain damage and cerebral palsy. Bradshaw and the girl live together in Florida.
Broward County Circuit Judge Nicholas R. Lopane issued the warrant, ordering that Session be taken into custody unless he can pay $381,912.63.
The Star reports that Session lives in a Fishers home valued at $747,000. A previous court decision stated Session had the ability to pay the sum.
Session’s attorney Marlon Bryan told the Star that “it is untrue that he has not been supporting his daughter,” while Bradshaw’s attorney said the payments Session previously made were not sufficient.