Attorney Enrico Mirabelli, who is representing Briggs' ex-girlfriend Brittini Tribbett, said the NFL player's personal finance information would offer insights into any child support payments Briggs is making to two other women, the Chicago Sun-Times said Thursday.
Mirabelli said his client would like Briggs to pay additional child support for their 1-year-old daughter, Nariana.
"We're looking for Lance to support Nariana as he would if the child were living with him. We want Nariana to enjoy a lifestyle as any child whose father earns a substantial income might enjoy -- certainly nothing less than he provides for his other children," said Mirabelli, who alleges Briggs has two other children with two other women.
The Sun-Times said Briggs is playing under a $36 million, six-year contract with the Bears. The linebacker reportedly pays Tribbett temporary child support in the amount of $1,500 a week.
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