A judge has ruled that actor Al Pacino, 83, will have to pay US$30,000 (about R$148,000) per month to his girlfriend Noor Alfallah, 29, in child support. The court decision, obtained by the website Page Six, was issued by a Los Angeles judge, who decided that the ‘The Godfather’ actor still pays around R$545,000 before monthly payments, R$64,400 for a night nurse and cover any medical bills outside of health insurance coverage.
In addition to the amounts mentioned, Pacino will have to make ‘savings’ with annual deposits of R$74,300 into an educational fund for his youngest son born in June this year.
According to the sentence, Alfallah and the actor will have joint legal custody, while the producer will have primary physical custody. Their relationship came to light in April 2022, but the two had already been together since the COVID-19 pandemic.
“Pacino and Noor started seeing each other during the pandemic. She mainly dates very rich older men, was with Mick Jagger for a while and then dated Nicholas Berggruen. She has been with Al for a while and they get along really well. The age difference doesn’t seem to be a problem, although he is older than her father,” said a source close to the couple.
In May 2023, it was revealed that Alfallah was eight months pregnant while expecting their first child together and the actor’s fourth. A month later, they welcomed their first child, Roman. And, even though they are still a couple, Alfallah filed for custody of their son in September. However, it is not known why.
Rumors indicated that Pacino and Noor had separated in September, three months after Roman’s birth. However, the couple would still be together. Pacino is also father to Julie, 34; and twins Olivia and Anton, 22, with ex Beverly D’Angelo.