Siesta Key star Brandon Gomes’ present paycheck revealed as he battles child mama in court docket over custody of son, 1
SIESTA Key star Brandon Gomes’ MTV paycheck has been revealed as he battles his baby mama in court over custody of their son.
Brandon, 26, was involved in a nasty custody war with his baby mama Delainey Salek.
Brandon Gomes’ salary is listed as $149,875 a yearCredit: Brandon Gomes/Instagram
Brandon has been on the show since the premiere seasonCredit: MTV
The Sun previously reported the two came to a settlement agreement after months of fighting.
Now, The Sun can exclusively reveal Brandon’s MTV paycheck, as he disclosed his income during the custody war to determine child support.
In the court papers obtained by The Sun, he lists his employer as Viacom, the media company that owns MTV.
The rapper lists his annual income as $149,875.
Brandon, who has been on Siesta Key since the premiere season, lists his expenses per year, including $9,942 for his Tesla, $7,500 in travel, $6,000 in music video production costs, $20,000 in marketing expenses and more.
With a total of $74,592 in expenses, he takes home $75,283 a year.
He agreed to pay $1,100 a month in child support.
Brandon filed for custody of the toddler, who turns one in June, in March 2021.
In Florida court papers exclusively obtained by The Sun, Brandon filed for visitation.
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He claimed in court papers that he is “fit and proper” to have “shared parental responsibility” and “substantial time-sharing” of Quincy.
The musician said it would be in Quincy’s “best interest and welfare,” as he has the “capacity” to offer “love, affection and guidance.”
Brandon also claimed there is “controversy” over child support and medical insurance for Quincy.
Brandon’s baby mama Delainey responded by requesting he pay her attorney fees for the court battle.
While she agreed parental responsibility should be “shared,” she wanted “ultimate decision-making authority.”
She also asked for child support and retroactive pay from when he was born in June 2020, as well as for Brandon to pay their son’s medical bills.
She requested he provide medical insurance for Quincy, as well as a life insurance policy with Delainey as the beneficiary.
Brandon fired back in his response that Delainey is “capable of obtaining and maintaining employment and earning income.”
He also requested the court have Delainey pay attorney fees to take into consideration the “unnecessary” additional costs.
The parties attempted to resolve custody issues in mediation on October 25, but they were unable to reach an agreement.
The parents prepared for a court war, as Brandon disclosed witnesses to testify, including family members.
But then on January 13, 2022, the parties came to a settlement agreement.
Brandon agreed to pay $1,100 a month until Quincy is 18 years old.
He was also ordered to provide $5,000 in back child support.
The parties are to have shared parental responsibility.
Delainey has Quincy from Saturday at 6:30pm to Friday at 5:30pm every other week, while Brandon has him for the one overnight visit.
She has all seven days for the alternating week.
They will also alternate holidays.
Only grandparents are allowed to be child care providers for Quincy, as Brandon and Delainey must ask each other first to watch the toddler.
His health insurance is covered by the state, as Delainey shall obtain and maintain medical insurance.
BRANDON’S PLEA FOR QUINCY
On Siesta Key, Brandon opened up to his mom about being unable to have Quincy in his care unsupervised.
He told her: “I just want to have one-on-one time with me and Quincy. But it’s hard to get bonding time with Delainey around. That’s family time.”
When he met Delainey and Quincy at a park in a later scene, he told her: “You probably still need to trust me more with Quincy. I want time alone with Quincy.”
She fired back: “I feel like you expect things to really happen overnight. It’s a process. Having a baby is a process. You think being born happened overnight?”
Brandon then shot back: “No I don’t, but I haven’t been able to get Quincy alone. That’s why I had to reach out to lawyers. When I try to have these conversations I feel like we don’t get anywhere.
“I just want Quincy to be first in every decision. I know we have a little bit to go. It’s figuring out the best way of parenting that’s going to work best for both of us.”
She then admitted that she wants him to pay child support and for them to make decisions regarding Quincy together.
Delainey added: “So maybe we’ll take that to the lawyers. It takes time.”
Brandon ended the conversation: “That’s why I am moving the way I am moving because I want a schedule we can move forward on.”
‘I’M NOT GOING TO RUN’
Brandon got Delainey pregnant while he was in a relationship with on-again, off-again girlfriend Camilla Cattaneo in 2020.
Camilla said during the Siesta Key reunion: “He tells me, ‘I had a one-night stand with this girl, and she’s telling me that she has a kid and it’s mine.’
“I talked to the girl and she tells me that Brandon knew the whole time that she was pregnant and decided to block her when she said she was keeping the baby.”
Brandon then said on the show: “I’ve been dealing with this. I probably haven’t been dealing with it right, but my anxiety is real, real high right now. I’m just trying to correct this as a man and I’m trying to do what’s right. I’m just going here through it day by day. I just want to make things right.”
He added: “I’m not going to hide, I’m not going to run from the kid. I’m not going to have a kid and just not know who his dad is.”
He disclosed his income during his custody war with his baby mamaCredit: Instagram/Delainey Shae
Brandon filed for unsupervised visitation of their son, who turns one in JuneCredit: MTV
Brandon was ordered to pay $1,100 a month in child supportCredit: MTV
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