Blake Griffin and Brynn Cameron, who have two children together, settled a custody dispute "amicably."
Blake Griffin and Brynn Cameron settled a custody dispute "amicably" and are "moving forward with co-parenting" after reaching a custody agreement, they said in a statement.
Radar Online reported this week that Griffin, 29, was ordered by the Los Angeles Superior Court to pay a sum of $258,000 a month in child support, citing court documents. But Griffin and Cameron called that report "inaccurate."
"The recent reports of the financial details of the child support agreement between Blake Griffin and Brynn Cameron are inaccurate. Both sides have settled amicably and are moving forward with co-parenting their two children," a statement provided to SI.com reads. "Due to the confidential nature of the agreement, no further details will be released."
Griffin and Cameron, who were previously engaged, have two children together: Ford, 5, and Finn, 2.
The five-time All-Star averaged 19.8 points, 6.6 rebounds and 6.2 assists in 25 games after being traded to the Pistons last season. He's entering his ninth NBA season, not including the 2009–10 season, which he missed due to injury.
Update: This story has been updated to reflect Griffin and Cameron's denial of the original report.