See “Child Support Payments of the Rich and Famous” photo gallery below.

A Wisconsin judge ordered a 44-year-old father of nine (Yes, NINE) children to stop procreating and begin paying child support, The Smoking Gun reports.

Circuit Court Judge Tim Boyle told Corey Curtis (pictured above) at his sentencing on Monday for bail jumping and failure to pay child support that he most keep it in his pants as a condition of his three-year probation term. Curtis owes more than $90,000 in child support to the six mothers of his children. Boyle ruled that he will have to pay all of his child support before he can have child number ten. (As if he actually needs a tenth)

“It’s too bad the court doesn’t have the authority to sterilize,” said Judge Boyle. “Common sense dictates you shouldn’t have kids you can’t afford.”

According to WDAF-TV in Kansas City, Mo., “the Wisconsin Supreme Court ruled in 2001 that courts have the ability to put conditions regarding procreation in a probation sentence.” It is not clear what the punishment would be if Curtis popped out another kid. It may likely result in a jail sentence.

Over the past 11 years, Curtis has been arrested numerous times for failure to pay child support. His convictions include passing bad checks, criminal damage, and burglary.

Perhaps the most serial baby maker is Desmond Hatchett of Tennessee. Hetchett, 33, asked a Tenn. court to ease his payments because he was struggling to survive off his minimum wage job. Some of his mothers get as little as $1.49 per month in child support.

Here is a little background on deadbeat dads:

As previously reported by Newsone, data from a 2009 Census report (the last date that statistics are available), “About half (46.8 percent) of parents owed child support in 2007 received the full amount, while nearly one-third (29.5 percent) received only a portion of the total due and about one-quarter (23.7 percent) received none of the child support they were owed.”

Of this number, Black children receiving TANF (Temporary Assistance for Needy Families), through their custodial parents was dramatically higher than other ethnic groups:  “Among white, non-Hispanic children in families, 22.4 percent lived with a custodial parent. The proportion of Black children in families with a custodial parent was 48.2 percent. Among children of other races, including American Indians and Alaska Natives, and Asians and Pacific Islanders, 16.1 percent lived in a custodial-parent family. Approximately one-quarter (25.4 percent) of Hispanic children lived with a custodial parent.”

Unfortunately, unlike Wisconsin, a judge cannot order Hatchett to stop making babies. But they can keep him in jail–or court–until he mans up and pays all of the mothers of his children.

6 thoughts on “Judge To ‘Father’ Of 9 Kids With 6 Different Mothers: Stop Having Babies…Or Else!

  1. Kamillah on said:

    Yup I don’t blame these men at all. In the end its a woman’s choice whether she has a child or not. I know, I am a woman.

  2. Peachie on said:

    It saddens me to know that some women now-a-days have no common sense! Seriously, they had to have some idea what kind of man they were dealing with, and just didn’t care? Not all his fault. This is all to common and some women are just to careless with their bodies and bringing life into this world…

  3. deho50 on said:

    I’m a woman…and I don’t really understand why these girls/women have all these babies and cannot take care of them…what’s wrong with protection…
    PS…I don’t understand why Daniel Carter is on this web site…Must be a TPT(trailer park trash)

  4. Celeste Robertson on said:

    He is not totally at fault. What about the six women who laid down with him knowing that either they were on NO birth control or that it was not sufficient to prevent pregnancy? And I don’t for a minute believe that women numbers two through six were not aware of his other children. They are just as guilty and foolhardy as he is.

    • You are so right them women should have taken something to prevent from having anymore kids with that fool I would not have given him the time of day.and you are right I believe they knew about each other might even be friends.

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