Liam Gallagher Ordered By New York Judge To Agree Child Support For Love Child

01/10/2014 12:36 | Updated 20 May 2015

Liam Gallagher

Liam Gallagher has been ordered to reveal how much he's worth in the battle over financial support for his love child in the US.

A New York judge has told the Oasis and Beady Eye lead singer to present his financial details after he failed to agree to three different settlement suggestions with Liza Ghorbani, the mother of his daughter Gemma.

Liam - whose five-year marriage to Nicole Appleton ended after she found out he'd fathered a baby with the New York based writer - is waiting to divide up his assets with his former wife before coming to an agreement with Liza.

Her lawyer Ira Garr said he has failed to respond to three settlement offers that were presented to him over the summer.

Liam's lawyer, Raoul Felder, told The New York Post's Page Six: "The divorce in Britain is a complicating factor."

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Now, Laura Drager, the justice presiding over the ongoing child support case - has ordered the 42-year-old singer to attend a deposition in New York in November to explain why he's having trouble 'securing some funds'.

Earlier this summer, Liza rejected a child support offer of $5,000 a month to help care for Gemma. Raoul - who claimed Liza kept changing her demands - said at the time: "She's a very hard lady to satisfy."

In May, Justice Drager told the pair to try to arrange a deal out of court.

She said: "Hopefully it will produce a settlement."

Liam's fling with Liza, which came about after she interviewed him for a story, led to the break-up of his marriage to Nicole and she was granted a 'quickie' divorce in just 68 seconds in April but they are believed to still be dividing their assets.

The couple married at the Old Marylebone Town Hall, Westminster in February 2008 after eight years of dating. They have a 13-year-old son Gene together. Liam also has a son Lennon with former wife Patsy Kensit.


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