Al Pacino is opening up his wallet. The 83-year-old actor has agreed to pay his girlfriend, Noor Alfallah, $30,000 a month in child support for their four-month-old son, as well as a slew of other payments, according to new court documents obtained by Insider.
In addition to the monthly child support, Pacino will also have to pay Alfallah an extra $110,000 to help her relocate to a new home for her and their son. He will also have to make a yearly deposit of $15,000 into a college savings account for Roman and pay 100% of his son’s healthcare costs and extracurricular activities.
Pacino and Alfallah reached the agreement “in the interests of a peaceful resolution and consistent with their desire to maintain an amicable relationship for the best interest of their minor child.”
Alfallah filed for physical custody of Roman back in September. At the time, a rep for Pacino told Insider that the couple was “still together.”
Pacino is also father to 22-year-old twins, Olivia and Anton, whom he welcomed with his former girlfriend, Beverly D’Angelo, and a 33-year-old daughter, Julie, whom he shares with the acting coach Jan Tarrant.