The mother of Ludacris' baby daughter is suing the rapper for child support.
The rapper, whose real name is Christopher Bridges, became a new father on Dec. 9, and now he's at the center of a paternity battle with the child's mother, Tamika Fuller.
She filed legal papers on Friday in response to Bridges' efforts to put a $1,700 a month cap on his child support obligations, reports TMZ.
Fuller claims the rap star should be forced to pay more, because he spends roughly $7,000 a month on lawn care and $5,000 a month on his pets.
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She is also demanding Ludacris pays her legal fees, so she can afford to hire an attorney.
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