According to recent court records obtained by Insider, Al Pacino has agreed to pay his girlfriend, Noor Alfallah, a monthly child support payment of $30,000 for the pair’s four-month-old kid, in addition to a number of additional payments.
A judge ordered that Pacino, 83, and Alfallah, 29, will share joint custody of their son, Roman, but Alfallah will have primary physical care of the boy.
Pacino’s representative declined to speak to Insider on Friday regarding the situation.
The Oscar-winning actor will also be required to pay Alfallah an additional $110,000, according to court filings, on top of the $30,000 in child support each month.
The lump sum payment is “intended to be utilized” by Alfallah “to assist her with relocating to a new residence for her and Roman as well as any furniture, furnishings and moving expenses that may be necessary for same,” according to the court papers.
The court papers also claim that for the rest of his life, the “Scarface” star must make a yearly contribution of $15,000 into a college savings account for Roman.
In addition, according to court documents, Pacino will be required to pay “100%” of any health care costs for Roman that are not covered by insurance, as well as “100%” of Roman’s “mutually agreed upon extracurricular activities and lessons.”
The court papers say the “Serpico” actor and Alfallah have “reached a compromised amount of child support in the interests of a peaceful resolution and consistent with their desire to maintain an amicable relationship for the best interest of their minor child.”
In September, Alfallah requested physical custody of Roman. Insider was informed at the time by a Pacino representative that the pair was “still together.“
“Al and Noor have successfully worked together and have mutually reached agreements regarding their child Roman,” the rep said at the time.
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Along with his ex-girlfriend Beverly D’Angelo, Pacino is also the father of two children: 33-year-old Julie and 22-year-old twins Oliva and Anton. Julie is shared with acting coach Jan Tarrant.