Al Pacino ordered to pay $46k a month in child support to 29-year-old girlfriend Noor Alfallah

Al Pacino and Noor Alfallah have officially reached an agreement in the custody case for their 5-month-old son, Roman.

The documents for the case, filed November 2, were obtained by Fox News Digital, and in those documents, it was revealed that Pacino had agreed to pay Alfallah $US30,000 ($46,000) a month in child support for Roman. He received visitation rights for the child, while Alfallah was given primary physical custody.

The child support amount was based on Pacino’s reported base annual income of $US2.5 million ($3.8 million), although it is subject to change based on any major fluctuations in his income.

Regardless of his earnings in any given year, $US90,000 ($138,000) is the maximum monthly payment he would be ordered to make.

Pacino will also provide Roman with health insurance and is responsible for all medical bills not covered by insurance. As the child gets older, he will also pay for extra-curricular activities.

Additionally, he agreed to pay $US110,000 ($168,000) to help Alfallah move into a new residence and to pay $US15,000 ($23,000) yearly into an account for Roman.

The documents note that the agreement on the amount for the child support was reached “in the interests of a peaceful resolution and consistent with their desire to maintain an amicable relationship for the best interest of their minor child.”

It was explained that Alfallah “contends that guideline child support should be higher than the compromised figure” while Pacino “contends that guideline child support should be lower than the compromised figure” based on the other financial contributions he’s making for the child.

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Pacino and Alfallah will share legal custody while Alfallah will have primary physical custody. He will get visitation, and they will work together to make plans for holidays.

They both agreed not to discuss anything regarding the custody case in front of Roman, and to avoid making any “derogatory or disparaging remarks” about each other in front of him. Pacino agreed to pay Alfallah’s legal fees up to $US20,000 ($30,000).

A representative for Pacino told Fox News Digital last week that Pacino and Alfallah are still in a relationship.

Previous court documents revealed that Pacino and Alfallah are living at separate residences while raising their son.

Pacino and Alfallah welcomed Roman in June. The baby boy is the 29-year-old’s first child and Pacino’s fourth. Pacino has three kids from previous relationships: a daughter with his ex Jan Tarrant, and twins with ex Beverly D’Angelo.

Alfallah, a film producer who has previously had relationships with Mick Jagger and billionaire Nicolas Berggruen, and Pacino have been together since 2022.

This article originally appeared in Fox News and was reproduced with permission