Prison Bae Paid His Ex-Wife Six Figures To Get Full Custody Of Their Son 

June 19, 2018 / Posted by:

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: Gold Digging is an art.  And few have finessed the skill such as Prison Bae, Mr. Jeremy Meeks.  Not only has he found his cash cow in Topshop heiress (above) Chloe Green (the green means money), but he has locked it ALL the way down and now he’s closed the fucking loop by thoroughly ending it with his ex-wife who isn’t worth billions.  And by thorough, I mean: she got paid to hand over their son and flutter away.

Sources tell TMZ that Jeremy and his ex, Melissa Meeks–who stayed with him through prison–have finally reached a divorce and custody settlement.  In it, Jeremy will retain primary custody of their 9-year-old son, Jeremy Jr., while Melissa will retain primary custody of a check with six-figures on it.  Prison Bae’s son will move to the UK to be with daddy, future step-mommy and new baby.  A private school full of rich racist kids is already set up for him to attend.

Originally, custody was set up the other way around, with Melissa taking care of their child most of the time.  However, after a quick Google search of Chloe, she might have realized her time would be better served lunching and brunching than taking care of a fucking child.  Give that kid to the rich people who actually know how to take care of children–AKA hire nannies.  Melissa probably figured, “Well fuck, he’s getting paid, shouldn’t I?

And Jeremy ain’t gonna let some peasant mess up his game and so (I’m guessing) he used his new sugar mama’s money to pay a problem to go away. Mr. Meeks: you’re a proper aristocrat now!


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