EXCLUSIVE: Dame Dash's Ex Seeking Back Child Support, Lawyer Responds To Dash Calling His Children's Mother "Weak"
Yohance Kyles (@HUEYmixwitRILEY)
(AllHipHop News) On February 22, Dame Dash uploaded a message on his Instagram page accusing Brooklyn based attorney Donnell Suares of taking "advantage of weak women." Dash also called Suares a "culture vulture," "bottom feeder," and "ambulance chaser."
Suares reached out to AllHipHop.com to issue a response to Dash's IG post. According to the lawyer, he represents the mother of Dash's children in a pending child support case.
Mr. Suares statement reads:
My name is Donnell Suares, and I am an attorney who specializes in representing individuals who are seeking child support from financially delinquent parents. Mr. Dash made comments about me and my practice on Sunday on Instagram. It is important to note that I am not the attorney of record for Mr. Dash. I represent the mother of Damon Dash's children. She retained me to represent her in seeking back child support from Mr. Dash. Mr. Dash described the mother of his children as "weak." My client is a strong and intelligent woman seeking to recover what she is rightfully and legally owed according to the law.
I simply represent people who are seeking support for their children and are having difficulty collecting child support from financially delinquent parents.
It is my privilege to assist this brave woman in her fight to support her children. Despite these attacks, I will continue to help those in need of representation when they need it most. Further, I will not allow anyone to destroy my reputation with unprovoked, unfounded and unsubstantiated allegations of subterfuge, deception, and unprofessionalism.
-Donnell Suares, Esq.
Dash has two children with ex-wife Rachel Roy and one child with ex-girlfriend Linda Williams. Child support hearings are confidential, so Suares' client could not be confirmed.
There have been public reports that Williams sought payments for Damon Dash Jr. in the past. She told Radar Online in 2011, "I just want Damon Dash to do the right thing by his son and pay his support and help me get him in college."
Dash is pictured with his children in other recent Instagram posts. The co-founder of Roc-A-Fella Records writes in the caption for one of the photos, "Woke up thinking about how lucky I am."