Arian Foster Facing Allegations of Harassment from Baby Mother
Once referred to as “the most interesting man in the NFL,” Arian Foster, a player known for his zen-like ways has found himself in the middle of some baby mama drama. Brittany Norwood, a 20-year-old senior at the University of Houston fled an application in court seeking a temporary restraining order against the Texans running back. Norwood alleges that Foster has sent numerous harassing phone calls and texts pressuring her to get an abortion. She even claims his brother, Abdul, told her that if she cared about Foster she would abort the baby because his family would never accept the child.
The two met last summer while Foster was staying at a local hotel during training camp. The chance meeting led to their first sexual encounter. The relationship continued and Norwood traveled with Foster to California in November of 2013 while he recovered from back surgery. Norwood claims she did not know the three-time NFL Pro Bowler was married with two children and that she was in love. So imagine her shock when Foster and his brother insisted she get an abortion.
If the temporary restraining order is issued, Foster will be prohibited from contacting Norwood in any harassing, offensive or threatening manner by phone, text or in writing. As part of the proceeding Norwood is also seeking to require have Foster submit to a DNA test, a move no doubt calculated to provide the proof of paternity she needs to file for child support. The Texas child support guidelines permit a judge to order a parent to pay 20 percent of net resources for one child or 16 percent if the parent has two other children they are obligated to support. Considering Foster has an estimated net worth of $20 million, all of Foster’s children will be well taken care of. Norwood has already sold pictures of her with Foster to TMZ for an undisclosed amount.
Stacy M. Allen, Attorney at Law (@SMAllen_Esq)