Early this year we heard the story concerning Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Roddy White and his ex-0girlfriend Stacey Hott, who said White is her son’s father and she needed child support, and by that she expected big bucks!!!
30 year-old Roddy White from James Island,South Carolina is for sure handsome, talented but is he really worth that much money? Why is his baby mama Stacey Hott expecting him to give a large sum of money?
First things first, his bio..
Roddy’s real name is Sharod Lamor White he was born on November 2, 1981 in James Island, South Carolina. His great achievements began when he attended at James Island Charter High School, after school he went to the University of Alabama at Birmingham, he was selected by the Atlanta Falcons during the 2005 NFL Draft.
White was awarded the 2010 NFC Receiving Yards Leader and NFL Alumni Wide Receiver of the Year, in the lead with 115 catches last year, he used to be a big spender, during the first year after he signed his 7million contract with the Falcons, he nearly went bankrupt, his mom had to hide his credit cards from him. Those days are over and on August 8 he signed a six-year, $48 million contract extension with $18.6 million guaranteed and $28 million dollars over the first three years of the deal. Roddy has two older children, Milan and Roddy Jr.
Now comes the mother of his four month old son, Stacey Hott a banker from Georgia gave birth to her baby son on August 2011, on December she slammed the wide receiver with a paternity suit. He acknowledged being the father of Ms. Hott’s son in January but according to court documents he was not ready to give her child support.
“He [White] is a professional athlete capable of providing generous support for the minor child commensurate with his earnings.”
Nor there was any mention about him taking out a life insurance policy for the benefit of the minor child that Hotts had urged him to. At the end Stacey Hott got what she wanted or even more because Roddy will give her $3.200 in child support, get life insurance policy on himself, with his son as the beneficiary and agreed to cover the bill for Ms. Hott’s lawyers.