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Jose Reyes Turning Two

Jose Reyes idea of turning two goes on and off the field. Reyes ex-girlfriend, Christina Sanchez, tried suing Reyes for a significant increase in child support. Sanchez was looking to have her child support payments raised from $11,000 to $41,000 a month. According to Sanchez, her and her daughter were the “road family” while he raised a separate family back home during his tenure with the Mets, Marlins, and Bluejays. In an interview with New York Daily News, Sanchez claims she had a six-year affair with Reyes and that he is the father of her seven year-old daughter. Sanchez claims she didn’t know he was married when they started dating. She says she was together with Reyes before he got married and didn’t know about the “other woman” until she read about the wedding in the papers. But even after she found out, Sanchez claims she continued the relationship until late 2015. The judge disagreed with Sanchez and denied her request. After being declined, Sanchez went on to say that many of Reyes teammates had wives at home and girlfriends on the road, but refused to name names.

This chick said she stayed with Reyes after she found out he was married tells you all you need to know about this girl. She just lucked out and hit the jackpot by getting pregnant. She claims that they had a lifestyle that her daughter was led to believe she would always have, so she was asking for more money in child support. Thank goodness this judge saw through this woman and denied the request. The fact that Reyes was able to carry on this affair for 6 years is mind boggling to me. Dude was on his game for quite some time. The worst part of this article is Sanchez throwing all of Reyes’ teammates under the bus after she was denied. Every one of his teammates that is married are definitely getting grilled by their significant others at this very moment. Celebrities just need to stop getting their side pieces pregnant.

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