Urlacher suit: No money hike
Child support, custody dispute
By Stewart Warren
JOLIET — Tyna Robertson: needy or greedy?
For now, no one knows.
Will County Judge Ludwig Kuhar decided Tuesday afternoon not to do anything at all about the amount of child support paid by Chicago Bears star Brian Urlacher to the Joliet woman.
Real estate broker Robertson, 34, and Urlacher, 28, have a 15-month-old son and never have been married. The linebacker is battling Robertson for custody of the child. He filed a paternity suit last year to establish his relationship to the boy, and genetic tests confirmed that fact. The custody trial is scheduled for Oct. 16 in Kuhar's courtroom.
Meanwhile, Urlacher is paying Robertson $2,000 a month in temporary child support. On Aug. 2, the charming brunette came to court with her attorneys Steve Lake and Heather Nosko and asked for more money. Robertson didn't have enough cash to pay for basics such as baby formula, day care and gas for her car, Lake said.
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