Al Pacino to Pay $30K Monthly Child Support for Son with 29-Year-Old Noor Alfallah
Al Pacino has been ordered to pay $30,000 a month to his ex-girlfriend and mother of his child, Noor Alfallah. He will also pay $110,000 upfront and potentially an additional $90,000 by the end of the year. Pacino must contribute $15,000 annually to their son's education fund and cover all medical costs not covered by insurance. Despite Alfallah filing for full physical custody, they are reportedly still together. Pacino has three other children. This news comes after Pacino's co-star, Robert De Niro, also welcomed a child at an older age.
Al Pacino's bank account is facing some financial strain as he supports his infant son with Noor Alfallah. The 83-year-old Oscar winner will be required to pay a monthly "base" of $30,000 to Alfallah, who is 29 years old. Additionally, Pacino must pay an upfront sum of $110,000 to Alfallah, with the possibility of an additional $90,000 at the end of the year depending on his earnings.
Furthermore, Pacino is obligated to contribute $15,000 annually to their 4-month-old son's education fund. He has also agreed to cover up to $20,000 of Alfallah's legal fees and bear the full burden of any medical expenses not covered by insurance.
Despite Alfallah filing for full physical custody in September, the couple has reached an agreement that includes visitation schedules. A representative for Pacino has stated that they are still together, despite the legal proceedings.
Pacino, who already has three children from previous relationships, became a father again at the age of 83. The news of his new addition came shortly after his co-star Robert De Niro also welcomed a child at an older age.
In April, De Niro, who is 80 years old, welcomed his seventh child, a baby girl named Virginia, with his girlfriend Tiffany Chen.