Indiana ‘Pacers’ player Paul George is planning on being an active dad if little Olivia turns out to be his child. The NBA star has filed court documents seeking sole custody of the 2-month-old if paternity results prove that he is the father.
“According to court documents, George filed for custody because he ‘has the means and resources to be a fully involved parent and to capably care for the child’ and that the mother, Daniela Rajic, ‘is not capable of the care’ as she is ‘currently unemployed and has refused to seek or gain employment and is dependent upon others for the care of the child.’
George’s petition would also allow for limited parental time sharing for Rajic.”
As you may recall, Paul was sued by Daniela a few weeks ago after she gave birth to Olivia on May 1, 2014. At the time, Rajic was working as a stripper and charged George as being the father of her child.
Daniela’s attorney has told the courts that his client is currently out of work due to her status as a new mother. He also deemed Paul’s comments as being “grossly insulting to women.”
Paul George joined the Indiana ‘Pacers’ in 2010 after playing college football for Fresno State University for two years. He is currently viewed as one of the fastest learners in the association.