Al Pacino, 83, Directed to Pay $30,000 A Month in Child Support to 29-Year-Old Girlfriend

Veteran actor Al Pacino has finalized a custody arrangement and child support agreement with his partner, Noor Alfallah, for their five-month-old son, Roman. According to court documents, Pacino will pay $30,000 per month in child support, along with an initial upfront payment of $110,000. Additionally, he will cover any medical expenses not covered by insurance and contribute $15,000 annually towards the child’s education.

The custody agreement grants joint legal custody to both parents, with Ms. Alfallah retaining primary physical custody of Roman. While the couple remains in a relationship, the reasons behind Ms. Alfallah’s initial custody filing have not been publicly disclosed.

Pacino and Alfallah, a film producer from a prominent Kuwaiti-American family, began their relationship during the COVID-19 pandemic. They welcomed their son, Roman, in June. This is Pacino’s fourth child, with three others from previous relationships.

The child support amount is reportedly based on Pacino’s annual income of $2.5 million.

In related news, actor Robert De Niro, known for his iconic role in “The Godfather 2,” recently welcomed his seventh child with girlfriend Tiffany Chen.

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