Jets cornerback Antonio Cromartie recently welcomed his second child with wife Terricka Cason, which makes 10 children in total by eight different women. In a further surprising twist, it has also been reported that the entire group are now hoping to land their own reality TV show.
Cromartie's latest edition to his large brood is a baby boy named Jagger. However, things will not end there and Cason is reportedly pregnant again and expecting twins in November, which will mean 12 kids by the end of the year for the NFL star, according to Cason's Twitter page.
The 27-year-old's eight baby mothers are said to be from six different states, California, Texas, Florida, Georgia, North Carolina and New Jersey and have sparked interest from a production company who are interested in creating a show which films them all "trying to co-exist as a modern family," a source told The Post.
Ryan Ross, a hotel employee in Los Angeles, is one of Cromartie's eight baby mothers and is pushing for the reality TV show.
"I love it! Our kids need to know who their siblings are. It's bigger than our past with Antonio. It's about our children," Ross told the Post.
Cromartie, who has played in the NFL since 2006, is said to be a responsible father who takes good care of his children financially, although one baby mother, Rosemita Pierre, disputes that claim.
He recently signed a four-year $32 million contract last fall and pays almost $4000 a month to each of his eight baby mothers, except Pierre.
Cromartie is believed to have custody of Alonzo, the seven-year-old son who he shares with Pierre. It has been reported that this is why he refuses to pay her child support, and this has only angered her.
"He's supposedly a role model, but he's not doing what he should be doing as a father, or as a man," Pierre told the Post.
"They don't answer the phone. It's a hurtful situation - like he's trying to erase me," she added.