Al Pacino will pay $30,000 a month in child support for his son, born earlier this year, DPA reported, citing court documents obtained by US celebrity TV show Entertainment Tonight.
The Oscar winner, who is 83 years old, and his girlfriend Nur Alfala (29 years old) four months ago became the parents of Roman. The actor will pay a “base” of $30,000 each month to the young mother.
He also has to pay $110,000 up front to Alfalfa, with whom he has been linked since the spring of 2022. Depending on how much he earns in 2023, he may have to pay another $90,000 by the end of the year.
Al Pacino must also contribute $15,000 annually to his 4-month-old son’s education fund, Entertainment Tonight also claims.
The “Feeling for a Woman” star will cover Alfalfa’s legal fees of up to $20,000, and will also cover any medical expenses not covered by insurance.
Although Nur Alfalah filed for full physical custody of Roman in September — and the couple reached an agreement last month that included a visitation schedule — a rep for the actor told Entertainment Tonight that the two “are together.”
Stan Rosenfeld said in October that Alfalah’s motivation for filing “is a matter for Noor.”
“Al and Noor are working successfully together and have reached a mutual agreement regarding their child, Roman,” he said at the time.
The actor has three more children: Julie Marie (29), as well as 22-year-old twins Anton and Olivia.
The news that Al Pacino will become a father again – at an age when he’s more likely to have grandchildren – broke at the end of May, almost at the same time as news about Robert De Niro. The two filmed “The Heat” and “The Irishman” together. In April this year The 80-year-old star of “Killers of the Flower Moon” welcomed her seventh child – the girl Virginia, DPA recalls.