*Dang. It looks like singer/actor Darius McCrary, who gained fame on the classic show, “Family Matters,” is going through something bad financially.
According to documents filed in Los Angeles County, a proposed child support order for McCrary requires him to pay Tammy Brawner, the mother of his two-year-old daughter Zoey, just $29 per month in child support.
The Blast reports that McCrary, who famously played Eddie Winslow on “Family Matters” and most recently appeared on seven episodes of Lee Daniels’ TV show, “Star,” apparently has not worked since.
He previously told the court that he was having a hard time finding work and wasn’t even able to afford the required visitation monitor to see his child. Brawner and McCrary have previously filed restraining orders against each other in what has turned out to be a volatile breakup.
Darius McCrary’s required $29 per month payment is based off his reported income of $462 per month. The county noted it applied a “low-income adjustment” to cut him a break.
However, the actor is also required to pay for 50% of Zoey’s health and medical costs. He has a chance to oppose the proposed order from the county which was scheduled to become active June 1.
Even though his financial situation looks dire, The Blast’s report also mentions that McCrary has a role in a film called “Way Out of Bounds,” which is due out next year. However, it’s unclear if the payment from that film will affect his child support obligations.