DJ Euphonik Faces Maintenance Lawsuit as Baby Mama Alleges Neglect of Child with Special Needs


Award-winning producer DJ Euphonik is being sued for maintenance by one of his baby mamas. The baby mama, whose identity remains undisclosed for legal reasons, has filed a petition with the Joburg high court, seeking an order to compel Euphonik to contribute R25,000 in maintenance for their two children, among other expenses.

According to the court documents, the baby mama alleges that Euphonik has neglected his financial obligations towards their children, particularly their second-born, who has special needs. She implores the court to grant the order instead of referring the matter to the maintenance court of the Randburg magistrate's court, which falls under her residential jurisdiction.

In the papers, the baby mama expresses concern that Euphonik, despite being a successful international and local DJ with considerable earnings and assets, only pays for the school fees of their two children. She highlights that he provides housing and covers all other expenses for his other three children with different partners.

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The baby mama claims that Euphonik has disregarded all attempts she made to discuss and agree on child maintenance. She accuses him of hypocritically blaming and verbally attacking her for neglecting the well-being of one of their children, while simultaneously refusing financial assistance when she sought help to cover the costs of a doctor's appointment.

Seeking a resolution, the baby mama requests that Euphonik pays R12,500 per month for each child into her account. She proposes that this amount increases annually by 5% or aligns with the South African consumer price index starting from January 1. Additionally, she expects Euphonik, as the higher earner, to continue providing financial support until the children are self-sufficient. She also seeks ongoing payment of school fees and future tertiary education costs, as well as the expenses for three school extracurricular activities or sporting events per child.

When approached for comment, the baby mama declined, citing the matter as sub judice.

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