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Al Pacino Ordered To Pay 29-Year-Old Girlfriend $30K A Month In Child Support

By Emily Richardson | Celebrity | November 3, 2023 |

By Emily Richardson | Celebrity | November 3, 2023 |


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Page Six reports that Al Pacino has been ordered to pay his girlfriend, Noor Alfallah, over $30,000 a month in child support for their 5-month-old baby, Roman. 83-year-old Al must also pay $110,000 upfront, $13,000 for a night nurse, any medical bills that insurance doesn’t cover, and $15,000 a year for Roman’s education fund.

The judge ruled that Al, 83, and Noor, 29, will share joint legal custody, but Noor will have full physical custody, just like she requested back in September.

Knowing nothing about the law, I was a little confused. Why do Noor and Al need to figure out custody if they’re still together? But I guess it’s actually smart that Noor gets all her ducks in a row before things go south. Like their relationship. Or Al’s health. As for Noor getting full physical custody? That makes more sense. Imagine a Hollywood legend in his mid-eighties trying to chase after a rambunctious toddler? “HOO-AH, my hip!”

We first heard about Noor’s pregnancy back in May. At the time, TMZ reported that Al demanded Noor take a paternity test because he’d assumed he was shooting blanks. But he was the father. Roman is Al’s fourth child; he also has a 33-year-old daughter with Jan Tarrant and 22-year-old twins with Beverly D’Angelo.

Last night, Noor posted an Instagram Story of her watching the “fuggetaboutit” scene from Al’s movie, Donnie Brasco (fun fact: it came out when she was 3-years-old). Alas, it’s a scene without Al; just Johnny Depp, Paul Giamatti, and Tim Blake Nelson. Maybe Noor was watching Donnie Brasco with Al for a date night. Or she was watching it with her baby, pointing at the screen, and saying, “Look, Roman! That’s our meal ticket - I mean, daddy. Daddy.