Chris Bosh’s Baby Mama Won’t Let His Daughter Attend the Games

9 Jun

Bosh with Baby Mama Allison Mathis, who is apparently trying to block Bosh from uniting with his daughter during the NBA Finals.

By Chris McCoy

Chris Bosh’s baby mama, Allison Mathis, seems a little bitter. She apparently has no reason to keep their daughter Trinity from going to watch him play in the NBA Finals, besides spite. Mathis sued the basketball star in 2009, alleging that he was a deadbeat dad to their FOUR MONTH OLD, having kicked her out of their $1.6M home in Dallas, and demanding a paternity test. With 99.7% certainty BOSH YOU ARE THE FATHER. In a statement released in March of 2009, Bosh stated,

“All I can say is that I’m going to take care of my responsibilities like I’ve been doing in the past and in the future and keep respecting everyone. I love my daughter, I love myself and I respect her mother and I’ll leave it at that.”

She further claimed in the suit that seven months into her pregnancy, Bosh went from being a lovable fiance with plans to marry her and father her child, to being a cruel, indifferent “deadbeat”/socially irresponsible athlete father, who broke it off with her fresh off his Oympic gold experience in Beijing. She says he left her without financial support, even after suffering complications that forced an emergency C-section. My stance on this issue has always been: What did Bosh learn about his baby mama in Beijing? Did LeBron dig up some dirt on her? Before you dismiss that as a ludicrous question, do you remember this exchange in Toronto?

Yeah that was Bosh’s baby mama in that black and green dress. We all presume Bosh, Bron Bron, and Wade all started the super friends talk in Beijing, did LeBron say your baby mama’s gotta go? Okay that seems a little asinine, but something happened to have him questioning the paternity of his child. Once paternity had been established, though, he’s been taking care of his responsibilities.

But then Bosh blocked Allison’s reality TV star aspirations, when Bosh filed suit in California Federal Court to block Mathis from appearing on season 3 of Basketball Wives, accusing Mathis and the show’s producer of exploiting his trademark and identity without permission. I’m sure she’s still a little bitter about that too. Explains why she won’t let Trinity attend the NBA Finals when Trinity isn’t in school and she has no professional commitments to create the “scheduling conflict.”

So needless to say Allison and Chris are in a bitter custody battle for two year old Trinity, but while they are trying to come to a permanent solution, they have joint custody, and it’s Allison’s turn to keep Destiny. We all know that the baby mama’s leverage is the child, but it might be in her best long term interest to allow Chris to have her for the games in Dallas. Bosh filed an emergency motion with the Maryland court handling his custody case last week, asking the judge to temporarily alter their agreement so “Trinity is able to share in what, to date, is the pinnacle of Bosh’s professional career, and possibly a once in a lifetime opportunity.”

Bosh also sent the email below in hopes of coming up with a solution outside of the court. In the email, he states, “I am embarking on a new chapter of my life by making it into the finals for the first time in my professional career and it’s very important to me to have the people closest and dear to my heart to be able to share these moments with me.”

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He continues, “If we can make this happen please respond asap and I will set up the arrangements for pick up/drop off without you even having to lift a finger.” Bosh never did hear back from Allison, though, according to legal documents, and is unlikely to get this matter resolved before the end of the finals.

Fortunately Bosh’s turn to take custody of his daughter begins on June 11th – or one day before game six. Maybe LeBron played like trash so Bosh’s daughter could see him win it all! HIGHLY UNLIKELY… but that’d be quite noble of him. Although Mathis never responded to Bosh’s email, she apparently told TMZ that “She never objected to those dates for the playoffs or any such thing.”

I’m glad I have no baby mama drama. Let’s keep it that way ;).


One Response to “Chris Bosh’s Baby Mama Won’t Let His Daughter Attend the Games”

  1. catherine June 14, 2011 at 12:33 AM #

    thats deep. she needs to let it go and be a mom.

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