It’s not uncommon for judges handling child-support cases to order the noncustodial parent to establish a trust from which the other parent can make monthly withdrawals. But a lawyer for former NFL running back Travis Henry thinks DeKalb County Superior Court Judge Clarence F. Seeliger went too far in 2007 when he ordered Henry to pony up $250,000 to create a trust for one of his children and to make monthly $3,000 payments.

Seeliger said Henry’s history of delinquent payments despite making a huge salary made the trust necessary in case he is late again paying for the child — one of nine he has fathered with nine women, according to Seeliger’s final judgment of paternity and legitimation.

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