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A judge recently issued an order that would require London On Da Track to begin paying $3600 a month in child support, as Bossip reports.

Dayira Jones, who said she gave birth to London’s son last year has named the dollar amount for the child support that she says she needs for the child.

The stay at home mother said she’ll need $4,644 a month for their son, based on her income of $3,500 a month and his $45,000 a month salary, as her court documents state.

Jones said that she would use the money to pay tuition at a daycare center of high quality, according to court documents. Jones said that London is a high-income earner and the child support would assist the baby with having a lifestyle that was similar to the producer’s “opulent and lavish” one.

She also said that it would keep her and London’s son having the same standard of living when he’s with either parent. Earlier this year, she sued London for child support for their son.

According to Jones, the producer, who is currently dating Summer Walker, is worth at least $1.5 million, and she’s asked for an upward deviation from state child support guidelines due to London’s high income.

LOS ANGELES, CA – JUNE 26: Producer London “London da on the Track” Holmes attends the screening of the BET series “Tales” at DGA Theater on June 26, 2017 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Bennett Raglin/Getty Images for BET)

London countersued Jones and said that if he was the child’s father, he wanted joint primary physical custody of the toddler, who just turned one year old.

However, Jones said London hasn’t seen his son in almost a year and it would distress him if someone he saw as a stranger had custody of him.

Jones also claimed that London’s mother was raising the producer’s other son in Arizona while he stayed in California. Jones wants the judge to force London to immediately start paying child support.

She also wants him found in contempt of court for allegedly dragging his heels in taking a DNA test that’s admissible in court. However, a judge hasn’t ruled on the case yet.

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