J. Anthony Brown

*EURweb’s Lee Bailey caught up with J. Anthony Brown of the Tom Joyner Morning Show to find out how things took an ugly turn this morning during a segment on Miami Heat star Chris Bosh’s drama with his child’s mother Allison Mathis.


Mathis’ attorney Jane E. Carey was a guest on the show to discuss reports earlier this week that her client was recently laid off from her job as a construction company secretary, had applied for food stamps and is on the brink of foreclosure.

Bosh, whose salary hovers somewhere around $18-million, pays just $2,600 a month in child support to Mathis for their 3-year-old daughter Trinity.  By legal standards and based on his income, Mathis should receive at least $30,000 a month in child support, according to the Miami Herald.

Chris Bosh and Allison Mathis

Mathis says the current $2,600 per month is not enough to care for Trinity and she plans on contesting the amount in court with Carey as her lawyer.

While discussing the case with Carey this morning on Jacque Reid’s TJMS segment “Inside Her Story,” Brown mentioned that a lot of single mothers are forced to take care of their children with far less than $2,600 a month in income. Also, Brown disagreed with Carey’s belief that Bosh should be forbidden to take the 3-year-old overseas this summer for the London Olympics. His request was denied by an Orlando judge.

Chris Bosh with daughter Trinity

Needless to say, Brown’s comments didn’t sit will with Carey, who believes Bosh wants his daughter in London only as a photo op. Listen to their exchange below, then, scroll down for J. Anthony Brown’s exclusive reaction to the on-air confrontation.