Should Kids Get $134 Million For Child Support Because Their Dad Is Filthy Rich?

October 25, 2010 by Maricopa County Court  
Filed under Child Support, Family Court

By Heather Hairston -

A Los Angeles jury ruled in favor of a billionaire citing that he owed no more child support to two adult children.

The children of David Bren, David Bren, age 18 and Christie Bren, age 22 were in court with their billionaire father seeking additional back child support that added up to $134 Million dollars.

The original child support amounts were agreed on during the years that the children were growing up. Bren paid Gold $3,500.00 a month beginning in 1988 when his oldest daughter was born. Then from the years 1992 to 2002 he paid $18,000.00 a month for both children. Gold admits that she received a total of 3 million dollars from Bren during 14 years.

Bren paid Gold child support totaling 3 million dollars over the course of 14 years. Beginning in 1988 he began to pay her $3500.00 a month until they then renegotiated higher payments from 1992 until 2002. Gold alleges that Bren agreed to be an active part of the lives of his children. Bren says he never agreed nor intended to raise his children. The situation escalated when he ignored their presence at a restaurant in 2001.

Bren and his attorney deny the fact that he agreed to help raise the children and in fact say he never intended to be a part of their lives other than to support them financially. Bren says he never intended to father children. John Quinn, the attorney for Bren, supports this fact.

Quinn told the jury and the courtroom that Bren was never going to be the best father in the world. He told the jury that Bren was indifferent to the children and intended to be that way. He also argued that their mother knew that all along.

The attorneys for the children appealed to the court to allow the children to live the lifestyle they deserve by birthright. The lawyer tried to create the picture that the children were living below their standards while their father lived like a king, appealing emotionally to the jury that children were deprived of money and the chance to be raised by their father.

He paid for the education of his children both at a undergraduate and a graduate level and felt as though that fulfilled his obligation to both of them.

Bren is an immensely private person and it was very out of character for him to allow a court case to invade his privacy. He has been named one of the top 400 wealthiest Americans by Forbes magazine. Bren is predicted to be 12 billion billionaire, but a jury has ruled against him paying two children any back child support.

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