Al Pacino Agrees to Provide $30,000 Monthly in Child Support to Girlfriend

According to documents reportedly obtained by Page Six, Al Pacino, 83, will be required to provide $30,000 per month in child support for his five-month-old son, Roman, with Noor Alfallah, a 29-year-old producer at Sony.

Despite a representative for Pacino confirming to Vanity Fair that the couple is still together, Alfallah was granted primary physical custody of their baby in September, with both parents sharing legal custody.

A Los Angeles judge signed off on substantial financial commitments from Pacino, including an initial payment of $110,000 to Alfallah, in addition to the ongoing monthly support. Pacino is also responsible for a $ 13,000-night nurse fee, any uncovered medical expenses, and an annual contribution of $15,000 toward Roman’s future education.

The couple reportedly started their relationship during the COVID-19 pandemic, with Alfallah revealing her pregnancy in May 2023 when she was eight months along.

Al Pacino has three other children from previous relationships: Julie Pacino, 34, and 22-year-old twins, Anton Pacino and Olivia Pacino.

Notably, Alfallah was previously in a relationship with Mick Jagger in 2017 when she was 22 and he was 74. After their breakup, she shared with Hello! Magazine that the age difference didn’t affect their relationship, saying, “The heart doesn’t know what it sees, it only knows what it feels. It was my first serious relationship, but it was a happy time for me.”

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